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: Howk.
“Sic guid seasonal earnings winni gang awa. Nae machine will ivir howk tatties oot o the glaur fitlike hauns can – it canni de done, happy days.” Translated: howk: dig out. “Such opportunity for earning substantial … Continue reading Howk.