How many Scots words are there for rain?
I heard recently that there were more than 100 Scottish words for rain. Musical, melodic words like spindrift (spray whipped up by the wind) and aftak (an easing or lull in a storm or rain). Hilarious, fun-to-say words that you’d swear were made up, like drookit (absolutely drenched) and daggle (to fall in torrents).
What is snow called in Scotland?
Some of the words that they use are: ‘fleefle‘, ‘flidrikin’ and ‘spitters’!
How many words does Norway have for snow?
Studies of the Sami languages of Norway, Sweden and Finland, conclude that the languages have anywhere from 180 snow- and ice-related words and as many as 300 different words for types of snow, tracks in snow, and conditions of the use of snow.
How do you say no in Scottish?
You can say “aye” (yes) or “nae” (no).