Hou's aa wi ye??? Thanks a lot for a comprehensive info!!! Telling the truth, I thought Scots is a little easier, though it's such a fun. Haste ye back! Yours aye, Rodion!!!
I'm a McIntyre on my mom's side, study Gaelic and have only two Scots books. Thanks for a great site.
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Name: Sergei Lepihov 12/8/2000 Email: Hamepage: URL: http:// Airtit bi: A Sairch Ingine. Airt: Dniepropetrovsk, Ukraine
I got very interested in Scots having read some poetry by Robert Burns.After that I tried to find any information about that language at the library of the National University of Dniepropetrovsk I was studying but unfortunately I could just find some sentences in the context of the English Linguistics History.I got frustrated.But then my searches in the Net got successed and now I have a fine opportunity to complete my report preparing having such full information avaible.
I was hoping to find a list of Scottish words and or phrases, I just purchased a Shetland Sheepdog and plan on using her for breeding and would like a Scottish name for her. My uncle has passed away and he was the only one in the family that spoke Scottish. We raised these dogs when I was a child and I am just starting to do the same with my family. If you could send me information where I can obtain a list of words or phrases it would be greatly appreciated. Thank You, Carol Tristain