- 1 What does Havering mean?
- 2 What does the Scottish word wabbit mean?
- 3 What does Bonnie mean in Scottish?
- 4 What does GLEG mean in Scottish?
- 5 What does wabbit mean in English?
- 6 What does Lassie mean in English?
- 7 What does Sleekit mean in Scottish?
- 8 What does Hertie mean in Scottish?
- 9 What does blithe mean in Scottish?
- 10 What does Dinna fash mean?
- 11 What do the Scottish call a baby?
- 12 Is Bonnie short for Yvonne?
- 13 What is a Gubbins?
- 14 What does Glen mean in Scottish?
- 15 What does Bibbles mean?
What does Havering mean?
Haver: To talk nonsense, gibberish; to speak rubbish. Regional variations may substitute “slaver” in this instance, which also means to drool or salivate, as well as talk nonsense.
What does the Scottish word wabbit mean?
‘ Wabbit ‘ is a Scottish word meaning ‘exhausted or slightly unwell’.
What does Bonnie mean in Scottish?
Bonnie is a Scottish given name for either girls or boys, and is sometimes used as a descriptive reference. It comes from the Scots language word ” bonnie ” (pretty, attractive), or the French bonne (good).
What does GLEG mean in Scottish?
Scotland.: marked by quickness of perception or movement.
What does wabbit mean in English?
wabbit (Noun) A self-replicating program that (unlike a virus or worm) does not infect host programs or documents and remains on the local computer rather than spreading across networks of computers.
What does Lassie mean in English?
English Language Learners Definition of lassie chiefly Scotland, informal: a young girl. See the full definition for lassie in the English Language Learners Dictionary. lassie. noun. lass ·ie | ˈla-sē
What does Sleekit mean in Scottish?
1 chiefly Scotland: sleek, smooth. 2 chiefly Scotland: crafty, deceitful.
What does Hertie mean in Scottish?
1. Of persons: fond of fun and good company, jovial, cheerful, merry (Sc. 1808 Jam.).
What does blithe mean in Scottish?
adj. 1. Joyous, cheerful, happy, glad, well-pleased.
What does Dinna fash mean?
Dinna fash A reassuring phrase meaning ‘don’t worry’.
What do the Scottish call a baby?
Bairn is a Northern English, Scottish English and Scots term for a child.
Is Bonnie short for Yvonne?
Bonnie is often used as a name in its own right, but I prefer the idea of it as a nickname. In principle, it could be a nickname for anything because it just means ‘pretty/handsome’. My grandma’s name is Yvonne and she goes by Bonnie.
What is a Gubbins?
1 dialectal, British: fish parings or refuse broadly: any bits and pieces: scraps. 2 British: gadgets, gadgetry the gubbins for changing a tire all the navigational gubbins — J. L. Rhys. 3 British: a foolish or futile person: simpleton you silly gubbins.
What does Glen mean in Scottish?
When it comes to whisky, the word ” glen,” meaning “narrow valley” in Gaelic, is automatically associated with Scotch Whisky, the Scottish Whisky Association argued.
What does Bibbles mean?
Verb. bibble (third-person singular simple present bibbles, present participle bibbling, simple past and past participle bibbled) To eat and/or drink noisily. To tipple.