Whitivir ye dae hud ticht tae the lugs an dinni let go otherwayis they forget we’re oan their backs in control ahn stert tae stravaig aw oer the place. They’re that tumshie heidit. It’s the cost … Continue reading Otherwayis.
Scottish Word: Gemm.
“Crivens, this’s the first time ah’ve ivir seen a ginge ahead o the gemm.” Translated: gemm, gem, gam: game. “My goodness this is the first time I have ever seen a red haired person ahead of … Continue reading Gemm.
Scottish Word: Feart.
“Hud oan man, nae need tae be feart, I’ll gie ye a lift.” Translated: feart: afraid, frightened. “Hold on sir, no need to be afraid, I’ll give you a lift.”
“That’s it lichtit, noo run like the bars o hell.” Translated: lichtit: lit, to have set alight. “That’s it lit, now run incredibly fast.”
Scottish Word: Gleg.
“Gleg? He’s flinty o fit an as shairp as a kilmaurs whittle.” Translated: gleg: quick, speedy. “Speedy? For his age he’s fast of foot and as quick witted.” fast
“Here, tak a sup, yir plottin min.” Translated: plottin: overheated state, a sweat. “Here, take a drink, you are overheating man.”
‘Aye Senga, finding a cludgie in the countryside nooadays is no easy.’ Translated: cludgie: toilet. ‘Oh dear Senga, finding a toilet in the countryside nowadays is not easy.’