Wirds in context: Boadie
Leuk at poems an stories as weel as entries in the 'Dictionary of the Scots Language' tae enjoy wirds relatin tae the boadie in context.Mind that the Dictionary o the Scots Language is twa dictionars plus supplements.
The DSL his a quotation frae J.L.Waugh's Betty Grier Dumfries (1915):
It seeps doon through your thrapple into your lungs.
Quotation frae Walter Scott's Rob Roy (1817):
"Why, Andrew, you know all the secrets of the family." "If I ken them I can keep them," said Andrew; "they winna work in my wame like barm in a barrel."
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