- What does Cuddy mean in slang?
- What does Cutty Sark mean in English?
- What is the Scottish word for beautiful?
- What does BRAW mean in Scots?
- What does Rammy mean in Scottish?
- What does een mean in Scottish?
- What does Coorie mean in Scottish?
- What is a Cutty?
- What does Cudi mean?
- What is the Scottish word for wife?
- What does cuddie mean in Scottish?
What does Cuddy mean in slang?
CUDDY means “Friend”..
What does Cutty Sark mean in English?
nightdress’Cutty Sark’ is an archaic Scottish name for a short nightdress. ‘Cutty’ means short or stumpy, and ‘sark’ means nightdress or shirt.
What is the Scottish word for beautiful?
BonnieBonnie. Female | A quintessential Scottish name that will never go out of fashion, Bonnie is the Scots word for beautiful, pretty, stunning and attractive. Bonnies tend to have an inimitable personality.
What does BRAW mean in Scots?
good, fine1 chiefly Scotland : good, fine. 2 chiefly Scotland : well dressed.
What does Rammy mean in Scottish?
RAMMY, n. A general fight, a “free for all”, a scuffle, a violent disturbance or commotion (Gsw.
What does een mean in Scottish?
eveningeen (plural eens) (poetic or dialectal, Scotland) evening.
What does Coorie mean in Scottish?
Coorie is a Scots word meaning “to stoop, bend, cringe, crouch for protection”and “to snuggle, nestle”.
What is a Cutty?
1 [short for cutty spoon] chiefly Scottish & Irish : a short spoon. 2 [short for cutty pipe] chiefly British : a short tobacco pipe. 3 chiefly Scottish. a : a small or mischievous girl. b [perhaps from cut entry 2 (trollop) + -y] : a woman of loose morals : baggage.
What does Cudi mean?
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What is the Scottish word for wife?
SASANACHThe term SASANACH is a Scottish and Irish Gaelic term for the name Saxon. It is not a derogatory term. My English wife has the term Sasana listed against her place of birth in her Irish passport.
What does cuddie mean in Scottish?
a donkey; a horse. The Dictionary of the Scots Language (DSL) defines this as a donkey or ass but to some Scots speakers it’s a general term for a horse of any description. It is also used as another word for a vaulting horse in a gymnasium. …