Scottish Word: Lunt.
“Lunt awa son, lunt awa.” Translated: lunt: walk with a springy step, walk briskly. “Walk on briskly son, walk on briskly (don’t worry about me).” impatience.
Scottish Word: Gate.
“There’s a bygate thon wye – it is shorter but mainly it’s mair interesting.” Translated: gate: path, a way, a road (bygate: a side path). “There is a byway that goes in that direction – it … Continue reading Gate.
Scottish Word: Hissel.
“As per usual Hissel’ll ken best.” Translated: hissel: himself – used by a subordinate of his master. “As per usual Himself will know best.”
Scottish Word: Thon.
“Aye weel Janus it’s thon time o year again.” Translated: thon: indicating something more remote from a person than another or others. “Yes indeed Janus it is that time of year again.”
Scottish Word: Sclaff.
“Fur a Prophet yir an awfie sclaff aboot in them sandals.” Translated: sclaff: flat footed, shuffle. “For a Prophet you are a terrible flat footed shuffler in these sandals.”