“What dae ye mean – ‘you’re puggled’?” Translated: puggled: at a standstill due to exhaustion, worn out, done in. “What do you mean – ‘you’re done in’?” Additionally: A Rolls-Canarlly is a well known Scottish type … Continue reading Puggle, puggled.
“Enough’s enough! we’re fur a bedsit wi mair o a ceil an less o a camceil.” Translated: camceil: a sloping ceiling. “Enough is enough! we are going to get a bedsit with more of a ceiling … Continue reading Camceil.
Scottish Word: Wabbit.
“Yer lookin fair wabbit son, finish yer tea an awa tae yir scratcher.” Translated: wabbit: exhausted, very tired. “You are looking extremely exhausted son, finish up your cup of tea and take yourself away to bed.” … Continue reading Wabbit.