Scottish Word: Bojoed.
Yiv bin bojoed pal. Ye’ll never see yer duds again. Yir awright – we aw get bojoed. Translated: bojoed: swindled, fooled out of something, conned. You have been swindled my friend. You’ll never see your belongings … Continue reading Bojoed.
Scottish Word: Clarty.
‘AYE it’s gey clarty the-day.’ Translated: clarty: mucky, besmeared with unpleasant stuff, usually very sticky. ‘Yes indeed, it is a rather sticky muddy messy day to be out and about.’ muddy (two entries really). Like IF … Continue reading Clarty.
‘I’m fair pouskered, let’s go WITH the gale for a change.’ Translated: pouskered: exhausted, worn out. The Scottish Word: pouskered with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in … Continue reading Pouskered.