- What does Gallus mean in Scottish?
- What is a wee Scunner?
- How do Scots say hello?
- What does BRAW mean in Scottish?
- What is a Scottish girl called?
- What does Och Aye noo mean?
- What does yer bum’s oot the Windae mean?
- What does Dinna fash mean?
- Why do Glaswegians say but?
- What does Stour mean in Scottish?
- What does Jobby mean in Scotland?
- Why do Scots say Ken?
- What is a Scottish kiss?
- What is a Jakey in Scotland?
What does Gallus mean in Scottish?
Gallus, the Lowland Scottish word for 1.
self-confident, daring, cheeky or 2.
What is a wee Scunner?
You are a ‘wee scunner’ can be a term of endearment for a toddler. You are a ‘total scunner’ means you are annoyed (fed up) with that person.
How do Scots say hello?
My Scottish is bad. Ma Scots is bad….Scottish Phrases.English PhrasesScottish PhrasesHi!Awrite!Good morning!Guid mornin!Good evening!Guid eenin!Welcome! (to greet someone)Welcome!28 more rows
What does BRAW mean in Scottish?
good, fine1 chiefly Scotland : good, fine. 2 chiefly Scotland : well dressed.
What is a Scottish girl called?
Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for SCOTTISH GIRL [lassie]
What does Och Aye noo mean?
Oh yes, just now“Och aye the noo!” Its direct English translation is “Oh yes, just now”.
What does yer bum’s oot the Windae mean?
bum is out the window“Yer bum’s oot the windae” (Your bum is out the window) – You’re literally talking rubbish.
What does Dinna fash mean?
don’t worryDinna fash A reassuring phrase meaning ‘don’t worry’.
Why do Glaswegians say but?
Which brings us to perhaps the most common use of ‘but’ among Glaswegians in being a particle used for interactive reasons simply to show the other person that they can speak.
What does Stour mean in Scottish?
strong, hardy(Entry 1 of 3) 1 chiefly Scotland : strong, hardy. 2 chiefly Scotland : stern, harsh.
What does Jobby mean in Scotland?
jobbie (plural jobbies) (Scotland, slang) Faeces; a piece of excrement. (informal) Generic object, thing. Synonym: thingy. Have a look at that jobbie!
Why do Scots say Ken?
“To ken” the Scots version of the verb “to know”, and is one of the non-standard-English words you hear in most dialects of Scottish English. … In Middle English the verb for “to know” was “kennen”. It survived in Scots and in some Northern English dialects, and as a fossil word in expressions such as “beyond one’s ken”.
What is a Scottish kiss?
Noun. Glasgow kiss (plural Glasgow kisses) (Britain, euphemistic, humorous) A sharp, sudden headbutt to the nose, usually resulting in a broken nose.
What is a Jakey in Scotland?
noun. Scot slang, derogatory a homeless alcoholic.