“Dae ye mind. I canni stand folk readin oer ma shouder.” Translated: shouder: shoulder. “Do you mind. I cannot stand people reading over my shoulder.” The Scottish Word: shouder with its definition and its meaning illustrated … Continue reading Shouder.
“Ye dinni need yer big plastipoke the-day. Ah’m oan the pan an it does flush. Awa back tae yer cookin.” Translated: plastipoke: plastic bag, plastic carrier bag. “You don’t need your big plastic bag today. I’m … Continue reading Plastipoke.
Scottish Word: Buik.
“As you’re a weel kent Aye Write Festival critic you could say that ma pop up buik fairly caught yir eye – positive spin so to speak.” Translated: buik: book. “As you are a well known … Continue reading Buik.
Scottish Word: Licht.
“Licht the licht while yer at it.” Translated: licht: light. “Light the light since you are lighting your pipe already please.” The Scottish Word: licht with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the … Continue reading Licht.