Scottish Word: Luggie.
“Ahm thinkin they two numpties are cheating an putting mair than the rasps they pick intae their luggies tae up the weicht.” Translated: luggie: usually a bucket held at one’s waist with twine – used in … Continue reading Luggie.
Scottish Word: Bogie.
“Awww Nawww yir no gonna eat that bogie are ye!?” Translated: bogie: a noticeable particle dislodged from, or extracted from, the interior of one’s nostril. “Oh no! You are not going to eat that nose picked … Continue reading Bogie.