|The Glasgow Web Site is indebted
to Gavin Nicol for this substantial contribution
to the understanding of the local Patter.
uparoad" = I am leaving
this hostelry and heading for home
This can be combined with anurra as
= I, on the other hand, will be staying on for
anurrawan in five minutes"
= there'll be another bus along in five minutes
This can be combined with dyewanta
= are you ready for another drink?
wee hauf" = would you
[plural] like a little refreshment?
would you like an ice cream wafer or a cone?
[usually to a child]
bingo?" = would you
like to go gambling?
murra shoutinye" = your
mother is calling you
= I'm afraid your father has returned home
inebriated once more
penceabunch!" = Spring
onions: only 50 pence per bunch!
erzyer Auntie Mae felldoonasterrs!"
= Heavens! Aunt Mae has tumbled downstairs!
lady you wanted to dance with is looking your
weerundoontaera Lake District?"
= would you like to go on an excursion to the
NB: the negative form is Dyenófancia
wouldn't you like to paint the town red?