Scottish Word: Timmer.
“An here’s the falset jotters tae prove tae them wha want tae ken that the timmer cam frae a manished susteenable rainforest.” Translated: timmer: timber. “And here is the forged paperwork that will make believe those … Continue reading Timmer.
Scottish Word: Widd.
“We’ve got the teeth in common – could ye no see me goin intae widdland management – same as you – on a sma scale like.” Translated: widd: wood. “We have got the teeth in common … Continue reading Widd.
Scottish Word: Spung.
“Hae mercy ah’ve nocht bit a puckle bawbees in ma spung.” Translated: spung: a purse or money pouch, usually with a spring clasp. “Have mercy on me, I have nothing but a small amount of poor … Continue reading Spung.
Scottish Word: Ticht.
“It’s gettin richt ticht in here, time tae thin them oot.” Translated: ticht: tight. “It is getting rather tightly spaced in here, time to thin them out.” The Scottish Word: ticht with its definition and its … Continue reading Ticht.
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.