Scottish Word: Tirran.
“We’ll awa – she’s tirran like a top in there.” Translated: tirran: cantankerous or exasperating person. “I think we should be going away now – she’s wound herself up into a total state of exasperation in … Continue reading Tirran.
Scottish Word: Radge.
“There’s nae need tae flee intae sic a radge Mr Stiltskin, jist because my client HRH kens yir name.” Translated: radge: mad, furious, violently excited. “There is no need to fly into such an intemperate rage … Continue reading Radge.
Scottish Word: Nieve.
“Onie mair o yir snash an I’ll dunt yer napper wi ma nieve.” Translated: nieve: fist. “Any more of your insults and I’ll bop you on the head with my fist.” The Scottish Word: nieve with … Continue reading Nieve.
Scottish Word: Heid.
“Yon Capercaillie’s totally lost the heid.” Translated: heid: head. “That Capercaillie there has totally lost any sense it had in its fit of fury.” Climb: apologies to all for it being a drawing I did so … Continue reading Heid.