What does Leid mean in Scottish?
Tags: ear, glass, gloves, mask, trapdoor.
What is Stour in Scottish?
1 chiefly Scotland : strong, hardy. 2 chiefly Scotland : stern, harsh. stour.
What is Girnal?
A “girnal” is a grain storehouse. A “lum” that’s “reekin'” is a chimney that’s smoking. A “girnal” is a grain storehouse. A “lum” that’s “reekin'” is a chimney that’s smoking.
What does hail mean in Scottish?
1. Free or recovered from disease, healthy, wholesome.
Does anyone speak Scottish Gaelic?
Although speakers of the language were persecuted over the centuries, Gaelic is still spoken today by around 60,000 Scots. Endowed with a rich heritage of music, folklore and cultural ecology, Gaelic is enjoying a revival! It can be heard in Lowland pubs and at Hebridean ceilidhs.
What is a Glaikit?
Glaikit – stupid, foolish, or thoughtless.
What is a Gurnel?
†GURNEL, n. 1. A thick-set, oddly-shaped man (Gall.
What is a Scottish toast?
Sláinte means “health” in Irish and Scottish Gaelic. It is commonly used as a drinking toast in Ireland, Scotland and the Isle of Man.
What does Girnel mean?
1 obsolete, Scottish : granary. 2 Scottish : a meal chest or barrel sitting on a girnel in the stable— Ian MacLennan.
What is hail in Gaelic?
hail. More Irish words for hail. eanach noun. hail, fenland.