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: Denner.
“Tak us doon tae the lurgy deeps an oor denner ma trusty steed an hunter.” Translated: denner, dennar: dinner, dine. “Take us down to the infested deeps and get us some food, my trusty steed and … Continue reading Denner.
Scottish Word: Muckle.
“Nae worries pal. Whether muckle or wee me an Prince Fearless here will tak care o a’ the raptors.” Translated: muckle: big. “No problem dear new acquaintance. Whether large or small, myself and Prince Fearless here … Continue reading Muckle.
“…an so oot o aw the worlds in aw the universes it faws tae you tae hae the saifgairdin o the ancient Holy Hailstain sae dear tae generations upon generations o us, the Stivilston race.” Translated: … Continue reading Saifgaird.
“wheesht min an it’ll nivir find us.” Translated: wheesht: be quiet. “Keep silent man and it will never find us.” The Scottish Word: wheesht with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word … Continue reading Wheesht.