Scottish Word: Bowsie.
"Noo hud yer wheesht fur a minute my fine bowsie able lookin puddocks and puddockesses, and I will read tae yez what I huv written oan the menu here." Translated: bowsie: big, fat, corpulent, puffed up. … Continue reading Bowsie.
“There’s a fine furze bush ah could help ye hing yer draiglet petticoaties oan for tae dry in yonder oot o the way den ye ken.” Translated: draiglet, draigelt: wet, drenched. “There is a fine gorse … Continue reading Draiglet.
Scottish Word: Gree.
“Enough’s enough. Muse or no muse if you canni bear the gree hawl it oot! Address to the tooth-ache. O’ a’ the num’rous human dools, Ill hairsts, daft bargains, cutty-stools, Or worthy frien’s rak’d i’ the … Continue reading Gree.
“This battart’s so fu o smeddum we’ll crack the Canoe World Water Speed Record for sure.” Translated: smeddum: spirit, energy; strength and essence. “This small cannon is so full of power we’ll crack the Canoe World … Continue reading Smeddum.