“Huh, yer faither disnae need hibernation as an excuse tae bide in his scratcher a day.” Translated: faither: father. “Huh, your father does not need hibernation as an excuse to remain in his bed all day.” … Continue reading Faither.
“Aye, it seems fine tae me, we’re awricht, it’s no a vacuum. If it wiz oor erses’d be tae the wind wi-oot oor stievel breeks oan. Wooly long johns is nae protection I can tell ye.” … Continue reading Steivel.
“Hud still while I slather this on otherwise ye’ll burn in the sun.” Translated: slather: slobber a lot on, smear. “Hold still while I sloppily slap this on in quantity – otherwise you will burn in … Continue reading Slather.
Scottish Word: Luve.
“As fair art thou, my bonnie lass, So deep in luve am I, And I will luve thee still, my dear, Till a’ the seas gang dry. Till a’ the seas gang dry, my dear, And … Continue reading Luve.