Scottish Word: Doup.
“Ahm switchin aff the auto doup dichter hen. If yer wantin it back oan mind tae dae it yersel.” Translated: doup: bottom, backend of something. “I am switching off the automatic bottom wiping machine darling. If … Continue reading Doup.
“Back off! Back off! Yiv rowed the hail kebbock ontae ma nadgers!” Translated: kebbock: ~ of cheese; the whole of the cheese. “Back off! Back off! You’ve rolled the whole of the cheese onto my nadgers!”
Scottish Word: Dreep.
“Twa things mak ma neb an een dreep – cuttin ingins an streenin on the pan.” Translated: dreep: drip. “Two things have always made my nose and eyes drip – cutting onions and straining at my … Continue reading Dreep.