What does Crabbit mean?
crabbit (comparative mair crabbit, superlative maist crabbit) ill-tempered, grouchy..
What does Drookit mean in Scotland?
Scottish. 1rare Especially of an animal: having variegated black and white colouring; characterized by a mixture of black and white. 2Especially of a person, a person’s features, etc.: streaked or spotted with dirt; sooty, begrimed.
What does Mor mean in Scottish?
Scottish and Irish Gaelic: originally a byname meaning ‘large, great’.
What does Jobby mean in Scotland?
jobbie (plural jobbies) (Scotland, slang) Faeces; a piece of excrement.
What is a Gubbins?
1 dialectal, British : fish parings or refuse broadly : any bits and pieces : scraps. 2 British : gadgets, gadgetry the gubbins for changing a tire all the navigational gubbins— J. L. Rhys. 3 British : a foolish or futile person : simpleton you silly gubbins.
What does Craitur mean in Scottish?
Noun. craitur (plural craiturs) Creature.
Is Gaelic Irish or Scottish?
The term “Gaelic”, as a language, applies only to the language of Scotland. If you’re not in Ireland, it is permissible to refer to the language as Irish Gaelic to differentiate it from Scottish Gaelic, but when you’re in the Emerald Isle, simply refer to the language as either Irish or its native name, Gaeilge.
What does Drookit mean?
adjective. Scottish. Extremely wet; drenched.
What bide means?
verb bides, biding, bided, bode or bided (intr) archaic, or dialect to continue in a certain place or state; stay. (intr) archaic, or dialect to live; dwell. (tr) archaic, or dialect to tolerate; endure. bide a wee Scot to stay a little.