Scottish Dialect Translator - good to have around while reading the books.

The Scottish Dialect Translator. This might come in handy when reading Outlander!

My favorite phrase in Gaelic.  Loosely translated, I won't be broken.

My favorite phrase in Gaelic. Loosely translated, I won't be broken. (I /think/ it might be closer to "you can't break me") -- He's got a leather bracelet with a metal plate, on which are written these words.

50-weird-scottish-words by nicolaswankie via Slideshare (This is AWESOME lol! Check it out Jamie)

50 Weird Scottish Words by nicolaswankie via slideshare

Image detail for -RubberStamps - Gaelic Phrases. I just like the phrases!

Irish and Gaelic Phrases::Image detail for RubberStamps.

Haud your Wheest!! 10 scottish phrases that show the language at its finest #SeanConnery #Scottish #funny

10 scottish phrases that show the language at its fines

Scottish Sayings & Scottish Phrases

Authentic Scottish sayings, words and phrases. Enjoy a taste of our unique Scottish language.

SCOTTISH PHRASES! - YouTube

SCOTTISH PHRASES! - YouTube

Scottish-English is colorful and quirky. See some popular words, sayings and slang right here.

Heard these my whole life Authentic Scottish sayings, words and phrases. Complete with 'sassenach' (English) translations! Enjoy a taste of our unique Scottish language.

Americans And Londoners React To Scottish Phrases

Americans And Londoners React To Scottish Phrases

Scottish Phrases, Barn Parties, English People, Scotland, Scotch, Love, Barns, Country Barns, Plaid

"Fuirich agus chi thu" means "wait and see" in Scottish Gaelic.  It's one of Diana Gabaldon's favorite phrases.  For a variety of products featuring this logo, look here: http://www.zazzle.com/OutlandishObserv*/

"Fuirich agus chi thu" means "wait and see" in Scottish Gaelic. It's one of Diana Gabaldon's favorite phrases.

Sweary Scottish Gaelic Words

18 Sweary Scottish Gaelic Words You Need To Use Right Now

�Lang may yer lum reek.� | English People And Americans React To Scottish Phrases

Americans And Londoners React To Scottish Phrases

Lang may yer lum reek" (a Hogmanay greeting, implying "May you never be without fuel for your fire!", but more literally translates to "Long may your chimney smoke!

Useful Scottish Gaelic phrases

A collection of useful phrases in Scottish Gaelic, a Celtic language spoken mainly in Scotland, and also in Nova Scotia in Canada.

Learning to communicate w/my student from Norway - Norwegian Phrases and Common Sentences

Learning to communicate w/my student from Norway - Norwegian Phrases and Common Sentences

14 Fancy Scottish Phrases and Their Equally Fancy Meanings

14 Fancy Scottish Phrases and Their Equally Fancy Meanings

18 Very Sweary Scottish Words You Need To Use Right Now

18 Very Sweary Scottish Words You Need To Use Right Now

When I was little we called poops "jobbies", thanks to my Scottish father. I never knew it was a swear!

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