Scottish Word: Squint.
Weel done min, Captain Frumpsqualler the first is noo straicht jist like ye straichtened Skew Bazzer Whiffington ahn the ithers, but ah see Baw Graip Clatterbutt the third is noo the squint yin. Ye’ll hae tae … Continue reading Squint.
Scottish Word: Forby.
Noo hud on, hud on, afore ye fire that deadly automatic multi projectile assault rifle ye dae ken that yin wee hole in yer suit in this atmosphere will be instantly fatal. What wi aw the … Continue reading Forby.
Scottish Word: Souch.
And if sir will only tak a taste o the Thomas Laxton ahm drappin here – ye’ll find that unlike the pickant, tho sweet nebbiness o yer previous Early Perfection yiv jist swallied – that it’ll … Continue reading Souch.
Scottish Word: Feeze.
I’ll jist feeze aff the tap o the wee bottle here fur us tae have wee a dram or two inside us oan this oorlich Summer efternuin. Aye the world’s cheengin. What’s goan tae be left … Continue reading Feeze.
Scottish Word: Yett.
Hoi, mind an sneck the yett on yer wey oot wi the cuddy or ye’ll lowse the coo, chooks an dug. Translated: yett: gate, narrow pass in the hills. Hey, don’t forget to latch the gate … Continue reading Yett.
Scottish Word: Yokit.
“Ye’ve been warned afore Resbow – yokit yir mule tae a post o its very own. Hoo mony times dae ye hae tae be telt.” Translated: yokit, yoke, yolk: attach, join, unite (to a carriage or … Continue reading Yokit.
“Tak that ye gralloch ye.” Translated: gralloch: the disembowelling of a deer, disembowel. “Take that! You cleaner of carcasses you.” ˡgraləx The Scottish Word: gralloch with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the … Continue reading Gralloch.
Scottish Word: Forhoo.
“It’s still too early in the year, you’ll cause a major forhoo event in the hedge if ye carry on.” Translated: forhoo: foresake, abandon (a nest). “It is still too early in the year, you will … Continue reading Forhoo.
Scottish Word: Yaw.
“That’s the last o ma shin ya wee coofs – will ye cease that awfie yaw!” Translated: yaw: caterwaul, wail. “That is the last of my shoes you little louts – will you cease that awful … Continue reading Yaw.
Scottish Word: Coupon.
“Ah gave wee Wallace his freedom. I cuidna stand the sad wee look on his coupon every morning cos o bein locked up. He went oot the windae.” Translated: coupon: face. “I have given little Wallace … Continue reading Coupon.