Scottish Word: Hirple.
"Aye aye Tarquin, yir hirplin real bad. Ye’ll be nae yis on the Mammoth hunt ava." Translated: hirple, hirpil: limp, walk lamely, hobble. "My my Tarquin, you are hobbling really badly. You will be of no … Continue reading Hirple.
“Ye better come an document the hell oot o this, it’s gonna cause a stooshie.” Translated: stooshie, strushie, strooshie: a disturbance, commotion, tumult, squabble. “You had better come and document this thoroughly, it is going to … Continue reading Stooshie.
‘The diet of a puddock wid gar ye boke.’ Translated: puddock: toad. ‘The diet of a toad is enough to make one vomit.’
Scottish Word: Skip.
‘keep the heid skip, yir getting stalagmites on the ice.’ Translated: skip: captain of a curling team. ‘Do try to remain calm skip, you are causing stalagmites to form on the ice.’