- From clart + -y. (Wiktionary)
“Here, I may not know what clarty means when I read "Great clarty footprints all through the hall" it thrills me, nonetheless.”
“Not but what even a clarty gown would be better than what ye've got on.”
“Puir clarty bugger, " Ian said, shaking his head mournfully.”
“Better to give the real, the only excuse, and say that the soil is so -- no, not adhesive, not sticky, not tenacious, but, to use a word ten thousand times more expressive than these, so _clarty_.”
“Said he to me whiles you were to your bed and he was waiting on his dinner, “The poor-spirited clarty gowk!”
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Anything related to Scottish culture, cuisine, language, history and so on. Does not include Gaelic words unless acceptable (roughly speaking!) in a wider sense.
an Eckhartian exercise of grinding
Words and concepts I learned on Wordie, or happened upon as I roamed through dictionaries and websites seeking ammunition.
Yorkshire dialect words.
Tyke is a Yorkshire person.
Chelpin' is talking.
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