Category: Scottish Slang 101


If someone is chatting, or gossiping on, and on– they’re blethering away!


scottish slang for crazy radge

Now that tickets for the 2019 Scottish Highland Games are for sale finally, some of you have gone a bit radge. (someone/something that is crazy)


Meaning to look pale, particularly when someone is not feeling well.


We’re pretty lucky here in San Diego, but it certainly is starting to cool off out there! Jeelit, is a great sounding word, meaning absolutely bloody freezing!


When the day is gray, or rainy out, you could describe it as Dreich.

Yer aywis at the coo’s tail

(Coo= cow) Translation: Hurry up, you’re always dragging your heels.