Name: Gordon 2/20/2010 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Hamepage: Doric Scots Books an Poems URL: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/group.php?gid=337966745545&ref=share Airtit bi: Juist comin ower it. Airt:
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hello and keep up the good work!! Excuse my English, I have, after looking over your pages noted quite a number of detractors of "Scottish Language" from both Scots and non Scots and I would like to make a few points. 1. There has never as far as I know been a rationalisation of spelling of the Scottish language. 2. We don't appear to have a reliable and consistent dictionary of scots. My last bit (neerly feenished) would you all think on the following sentance; "THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A SCOTTISH LANGUAGE" -- The first seven words in this sentance all come from the follwing in order of age youngest first.... Old English/Old Frisian and on down to Gothic and before. The word "scottish" I believe has latin roots. The word "Language" I believe comes from Latin via Old French. By the perverse logic of our Scots language detractors does this mean that there is no such language as "English"? All the best to everyone. Tam
ANDY AH HIV NEER HERD UR SAW ONY WURDS LICH THESE AND WERE IS IT SPOKEN? I KEN IRISH SCOTS SPANISH A WEE BIT GALIC N GADGY GYPSIEY STALL YIR MANGING SHAFFIE UP YIR KILT LADDIE IF YIR ALLOWED TO WEAR WAN. PARLIAMO GLASWIEGIN TOSH MAC SLAN SLAN SLAN
Fit lyke fowk' Eif ers onnaybuddee sikken tae learn sum Scottish Doric' clik oantae ma URL http://www.youtube.com/kintakintyea up abeen an eit'l tak yea tae ma wabsteid far ers videos o foo tae learn Doric Scots an ers a pukkul o doric poems enna' yeel hay a wee lauch tae yersayl fyle's learnen! Hay a gweed ee'r noo ma freens an Lang meiy yer lums reek!! Gordon
Does onybody ken when the wird 'coupon' wis first used tae describe wan's face? An' whaur's it maist prevalent? An' why? Is it rhymin' slang? A furrin tongue?