APRON
Scots Alphabet

APRON
Scots Alphabet

£14.50

40 in stock

Designed by and available only from Mither Tongue, this comfortable-to-wear apron, with adjustable, nylon, non-tangle neck tie, celebrates the Scots language in verse, including some well-known words, and some no longer in common use.

Full description below.

40 in stock

Description

Designed by and available only from Mither Tongue, this comfortable-to-wear apron, with adjustable, nylon, non-tangle neck tie, celebrates the Scots language in verse, including some well-known words, and some no longer in common use.

Easy to pack and light to post, it makes a great little gift for Scotland’s bairns overseas, not forgetting those at home!

100% cotton.   Dark purple text which runs as follows . .

SCOTS  ALPHABET

A is for aipples that hing on the tree;
B is for brose that we hae for oor tea
apples;  type of porridge
C is for couthie an connacht an cauld;
D is for dottled that comes fin we’re auld
pleasant/plain/unsophisticated, ruined, cold;  confused
E is for eident, a guid thing tae be;  F is for fashious an feerich an flee
diligent;  difficult/contrary, nervous excitement, fly
G is for gollach an gadgie an gowk; H is for haggis an haivers an howk
earwig, man, idiot;  Scottish dish, nonsense, scoop out
 I  is for ilka, intimmers an inganJ is for jeelt fin the snaw is doon-dingin
every, intestines, onion;  very cold
K is for kebbuck, knapdarloch an kitlinL is for leefu-lane, lichtsome an littlin
round of cheese, matted hair on animal’s rump, kitten;  all alone, pleasant, child
M is for meikle an muckle an myowtN is for napper, naehandy an nowt
small, large, sound/whisper/murmur;  head, lots, cattle
O is for orra-loon, oxter an oo P is for picher an plowter an ploo
odd-job boy on farm, armpit, wool;  state of panic, work/walk in mud/water, plough
Q is for quinie an quaet an queetR is for rowie – a taste hard tae beat!
girl, quiet, ankle;  morning roll
S is for smoorich an stoorie an souterT is for trickit an toorie an tooter
kiss, dusty, shoemaker;  delighted, knitted hat with pom pom, procrastinate
U is for usquebae – sic a braw sicht!  V is for vauntie an vennel an vricht
whisky;  vain, alley, carpenter
W is for wabbit an wag-at-the-waaX There wis seem tae be naethin ava!
exhausted, wall clock with pendulum
Y is for yokie, nae heard aften noo;  Ach, A dinna ken onie, dae you?
itchy

Additional information

Weight 0.251 kg