Scottish Word: Fyke.
I’ve goan ahn volunteered for the green-hoose re-pottin night-shift cause it’s usually restful. An noo ah’ve got the mither o aw fykie mithers eyeballin me through the glaiss yagimentin at my potting on o her wee … Continue reading Fyke.
“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: Bree.
“Hud on son, I’ll be wi ye as soon as I bree the tatties.” Translated: bree: drain the water from (usually from things that have been boiled). “Be patient a moment young man, I’ll be with … Continue reading Bree.
Scottish Word: Coup.
“Are we cookin this an gi’in it oot as a bridie or will I coup it oot?” Translated: coup: empty by upturning. “Are we going to cook this and serve it up as a meat pastie … Continue reading Coup.