|Scottish slang word||Definition|
|Wabbit||Tired, worn out|
|Wallies||Teethe.g. "Ah'll stoat yer wallies"(I'll punch you in the teeth)|
|Walloper||n. The male member
n. A member of the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party
|Walloper||A person who acts the goat
An individual who thinks they're funny but they're no.
|Wally Dug||An ornamental china canine figure, usually owned in pairs and placed at opposite ends of the mantelpiece. It is believed that the only known owner if this kind of twee shite was Maw Broon.|
|Wally Dugs||False Teeth. Sometimes just known as "Wallies" Alludes to the material they were made from|
|wankpiece||(noun) one's peniscommon glasweigan insult between friends|
|Wantae||Want toAh wantae go tae ra gem|
|Wean||A child - from "wee ane", where ane means one|
|Wean (2)||No really a different definition - still means small child, but ah disagree wi the earlier derivation an until we agree a protocol fur modifyin entries, ah'll add anither one.
Wean - indicating a weaned child - no longer suckling.
Added by Scabby Doug 15/01/2002
|Weegie||Anyone residing west of the River Carron.|
|Weesint||A small amount, a tickie [in common use in Ayrshire]"Gies a weesint mair."|
|Well skelped arse||(of a face) Ruddy, rosy cheeked."Ah love thae skateboarders wi aw the metal an spiky herr an black claes wi skeletons, an tryin tae look right aff the wa', an here thiv aw goat wee fresh middle class faces wi cheeks like a well skelped arse"|
|wheech||to do something at speed|
|Wheen||A large amount (opposite of tickie)Fuxache, err's a wheen a fowk in here the night!|
|Wheesht||Be quiet, stop talking/making a noiseHaud yer wheesht, ah'm oan the phone|
|Whirlypits, the||The feeling, when lying in bed after consuming copious amounts of bevvy, that the whole world is spinning around your head.|
|White settler||Incomer from outside Scotland who 'settles' in mainland Scotland. (Often perceived as a derogatory term). As in 'See Edimbra, it's ower run wi White Settlers'.|
|Windae-hingin||Leisure pursuit for ladies in tenements. The stance involves leaning out of the window, elbows on the sill, watching the world go buy. Also conversing with passers-by and other windae-hingers.
Thus Bud Neill's 'Mrs Tamson opens the Toonheid windae-hingin season'.
|Windae-licker||Feeble-minded, congenital idiot|
|Wine||Buckfast, Four crown, Emva Cream, Eldorado, Lanliq, Old England, to name a few.|
|Wine bar||Place frequented by wee yuppies an other delicate species, often called Torqil, Gregor, or Damian.
Do not confuse with wine SHOAP
|Wine Shoap||Emporium for the consumption of wine.
Natural habitat of a species of wee glasgow man that werrs a coat scarf an bunnet an highly polished shoes.
|Wingnut||Person with unfortunately large, sticky-out ears.|
|Wino||One who likes a drinkie or 10 of the old vino. An alcoholic.|
|Wisnae||Was not."See if it wisnae fur Tony Blair, ah'd huvv voted Tory."|
|Wopper||White lie. to tell a wopper is to lie|
|Wreck the Hoose Juice||<1>Buckfast Tonic Wine, also known as a \"Boatil i whit the fuck ur yoo lookin it\"<1>
<1>See Glesga Twostep<1>
|Wulk||From 'whelk' but usually applied to periwinkles. Sold in bags, at 'the Barras'|
|Wulkie||Noun: a somersault; a head-over-heels type manouevre. Also metaphorically used when someone has lost their temper.
Verb: to tummle yer wulkies - to perform a somersault, (actually since it's usually small children performing this activity, it's more like a forward roll rather than a full somersault, but still, they're only weans..what do you expect?)
Originally "Wilkie", after Inspector Archibald Wilkie of Glasgow Police (1874-1931), who was a renowned gymnast, British Champion 1902-1911 and 1913-14. Wilkie was particularly famous for his mat exercises, apparently...
Example: Ah used tae love watchin that Olga Korbut... she could fair Tummle hur wulkies that
wee lassie,. eh?