Scottish Word: Dryte.
“Ah’m tellin ye Tabatha, Hoolet’s shern free erse is nae indication that yer due a dryte ony time soon for yer compost.” Translated: dryte, drite, drait: defecate, poop, excrement. “I am telling you Tabatha, Owl’s nice … Continue reading Dryte.
Scottish Word: Slee.
“Aye ye hoolet ye, yer no sae slee as ye think ye are noo that we’ve got oor secret weapon yokit an sicker. Wir warned.” Translated: slee: go or come silently. “Yes you owl you, you … Continue reading Slee.
Scottish Word: Chook.
“Yer no gettin ma chooks ya ropach rochian ye – shove aff yer panicking ma man.” Translated: chook, chookie: chick, a chicken. “You are not getting my chicks today you untidy ruffian you – push off … Continue reading Chook.
“Right. Are ye sure yer Chems for golems are perfect this time Asimov? I’m no wantin this thing gi’in me oni mair o this bane heidit tirraneese it gets up tae. It pented awthin reid – … Continue reading Tirraneese.
Scottish Word: Hoolet.
“Aaaar wha pit a hoolet there!” Translated: hoolet: owl. “Aaaaar who put an owl there!” The Scottish Word: hoolet with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the … Continue reading Hoolet.