J J Bell
Release Date: 01 October 2007
LATER ADVENTURES OF WEE MACGREEGOR - I904 - - CHAPTER CONTENTS I. AN INVITATION 11. GRANPAW ...... COMES TO TEA . . 111. AT THE CIRCUS . ..... . . . IV. ARMS AND THE BOY V. FOR GRANPAW PURDIE . . VI. INTROUBLE . ...... VII. KATIE . . . . . . . . . VIII. THE MUSEUM . ...... IX. A LESSON IN KINDNESS ... X. FISHING. . . . . . . . . XI. SHIPS THAT PASS ..... XII. MRS. MOSTRICH GIVES A PARTY XIII. NEW-YEARS EVE AT GRANPAW PURDIES XIV. HEARTS DESIRE ....... ...... GLOSSARY A, all CALLER, fresh ABIN, above CANNY, careful ABLOW, below CARVIES, sugared car- AULD, old aways AvA, at all CHEUCH, tough AwA, away CLAES, clothes COME BEN, come in BA, ball COORIE DOON TO, to BAIKIE, rubbish re- crouch in sitting ceptacle position BAUN, band COUP TO, to upset, BAWREE, halfpenny to fall BAWR, jest, lark CRACK, conversation BEGOOD, began BEW, blue DAFT, silly, stupid BLATE, backward, DAIDLEY, pinafore ashamed DAUNER, stroll BLETHER TO, to talk Doo, dove nonsense DOUR, stubborn BRAW, fine, hand- DROOKIT, drenched some BREID, bread EEN, eyes BREITH, breath ERNED, ironed BUITS, boots FA TO, to fall CA TO, to call, to FASH TO, to worry drive, to force FECHT, fight GLOSSARY FILE TO, to soil INGIN, onion FIN TO, to feel INTIL, into FIT, foot FLY, sly, sharp JAWBOX, sink in FRAE, from kitchen FREEN, friend JOOG, jug, mug FRICHT, fright FRIT, fruit KEEK TO, to peep FURBYE, also KEP TO, to catch FURRIT, forward KIST, chest KIZZEN, cousin GAB, mouth GANN, going, go on LEEVIN, living GAR TO, to induce, LET BUG TO, to compel show, to inform GEY, rather pretty LOUSE TO, to loosen, GLAUR, mud to unlace GREET TO, to weep LUG, ear GRUMPHY, pig LYIN BADLY, lying GUID-SISTER, sister-in- sick law BIAIRRIT, married HAP TO, to cover MAUN, must cosily MUCKLE, great, big HASSOCK, stuffed footstool NAB TO, to seize HAUD TO, to hold NEB, nose HAVERS, nonsense NEERDAY, New Years HOAST, cough Day H o G a1 A N A Y, N e W NICK, policeman Years eve NICKIT, caught, capt- HULLABALOO, noise, ured disturbance NOCK, clock HUNNER, hundred HURL, ride in a OARIN, rowing vehicle OOR, hour vi GLOSSARY OOSE, OOSIE, wool, SLITHERY, slippery, woolly slimy OOTBY E, out-of-doors SNASHTERS, dainties OWER, over, exces- cakes sively SO JER, soldier OXTER, arm SOOM TO, to swim SPEIR TO, to inquire PARTINS, crabs STAIR - HEID, stair PEELY-WALLY, sickly, landing feeble-looking STAUN TO, to stand PEERY-HEIDIT TO BE- STROOP, spout COME, to lose SURREE, soiree ones head SWEIRT, unwilling PLUNK TO, to play SYNE, ago truant POKE, a paper bag TATE, a small portion PUIR, poor TAWTIE, potato THAE, these QUATE, quiet THOLE TO, to bear, to endure RID, red THON, THONDER, yon, RIPE TO, to pick yonder ones pocket THRANG, busy, OCcupied SAIR, sore THUR, those SCLIM TO, to climb TIL, to SCUD, to smack, to TWAL, twelve whip SHAIR, sure UNCO, very, extremely SHIN, soon SHOOGLY, shaky, in- WARL, world secure WAUR, worse SIC, such WEAN, child SILLER, silver mon- WHAUR, where eY WHIT WEY, what way, SKEI, P TO, to whip why vii GLOSSARY WHEEN, WHUMLIN, tumbling, TIIE, to throw rolling a somersault WICE, wise WULK, whelk YIN, one WUR, OUT YINST, once some WULKET TO TUILF, LATER ADVENTURES OF WEE MACGREEGOR
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