Scottish Word: Doup.
“Ahm switchin aff the auto doup dichter hen. If yer wantin it back oan mind tae dae it yersel.” Translated: doup: bottom, backend of something. “I am switching off the automatic bottom wiping machine darling. If … Continue reading Doup.
Scottish Word: Carlie.
“See thon carlie yonder Hugh? Wi oot a doot ah kin assure ye he ayewis, but ayewis, has a reid nose.” Translated: carle, carlie: man, fellow; not in a good way. “Can you spot that scallywag … Continue reading Carlie.
Scottish Word: Tottie.
“Go oan, a tottie bit’ll nae dae ye oanie herm.” Translated: tottie: tiny, small. “Go on, a tiny bit will not do you any harm.” The Scottish Word: tottie with its definition and its meaning illustrated … Continue reading Tottie.
Scottish Word: Afen.
“An dae ye come here afen?” Translated: afen: often. “And do you come here often?” The Scottish Word: afen with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the … Continue reading Afen.
“Dae ye no think yir dad’ll be lookin fur his galluses?” Translated: galluses: braces, for holding up ones trousers. “Do you not think your dad will be looking for his braces?” The Scottish Word: galluses with … Continue reading Galluses.