Scottish Word: Tentie.
“C’mon ye wee darlin ye, come an get yer tastie bit, nae need tae be sae tentie so.” Translated: tentie: cautious, watchful, heedful, careful. “Come along you tiny little darling, come and get a little tasty … Continue reading Tentie.
“Aye… it’s one o yir aisle-teeth, it’s needin a pou.” Translated: aisle-tuith: a biscupid tooth, a molar. “Yes… it’s one of your bicuspid teeth, it is needing pulled out.” The Scottish Word: aisle tuith with its … Continue reading Aisle-tuith.
Scottish Word: Vex.
“There’s nithin in zero gravity mair vexin than yer wallies loosed in yir helmet.” Translated: vexin: irritating. “There is nothing more irritating in zero gravity than one’s false teeth getting loose within one’s helmet.” The Scottish … Continue reading Vex.
Scottish Word: Gree.
“Enough’s enough. Muse or no muse if you canni bear the gree hawl it oot! Address to the tooth-ache. O’ a’ the num’rous human dools, Ill hairsts, daft bargains, cutty-stools, Or worthy frien’s rak’d i’ the … Continue reading Gree.
Scottish Word: Watter.
“What dae ye mean the watter’s ower weet?” Translated: watter: water. “What do you mean the water is too wet?” The Scottish Word: watter with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word … Continue reading Watter.
Scottish Word: Wisni.
“It wisni me.” Translated: wisni: was not. “It was not I.” The Scottish Word: wisni with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in … Continue reading Wisni.
Scottish Word: Mogert.
“An syne the wolf wis mogert up.” Translated: mogert: rendered useless, messed up, botched. “And directly afterwards the wolf was set upon and rendered totally incapable of causing any harm from then on.” The Scottish Word: … Continue reading Mogert.
“Dae ye huv onie pally jeukit option aataw wi this moose?” Translated: pally jeukit: left handed. “Do you have any left handed option at all with this mouse?” The Scottish Word: pally jeukit with its definition … Continue reading Pally Jeukit.
Scottish Word: Puggie.
“Ah’ve ayewis preferred an attack puggie tae an attack dug.” Translated: puggie: monkey. “I have always preferred an attack monkey to an attack dog.” The Scottish Word: puggie with its definition and its meaning illustrated and … Continue reading Puggie.
Scottish Word: Yer.
“If ye dinni mind, I’ll hae a wee boggle at yer magazine – fur research purposes ainerly, ye ken.” Translated: yer: your. “If you do not mind, I would like to have a bit of a … Continue reading Yer.