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  • Burns was as much of a 'teuchter' as John Buchan's Gorbals Diehards!!!

    Army Rumour Service

  • Of the East Coast mob, we had Stefan Pearson (he of the also wonderful "The Bogle's Bargain", also in Nova Scotia) with an extract from his patently mad novel set in the mad teuchter land of Kinlochbogle (or wherever the hell it is), titled "My First Shag", but dealing with something entirely different from what you'd expect.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • Step forward Jason Allardyce of the teuchter edition of the Funday Times.

    Archive 2005-06-01

  • Hi Neil, whaur's yer hadarums, ye big Heilan 'teuchter?

    The John MacLean March

  • We're sure you've got lots of important teuchter things to be getting on with.

    Boiling a Frog

  • 'What. have you got for me from our teuchter friends?

    Mortal Causes

  • Taffy, Jock, Paddy, Dusty, Ginger, Lofty et al,, spring out of the picture at you, but for the life of you, you cannot put a family name to them teuchter. it means country folk.

    Army Rumour Service

  • Flash I was saddled with 'Hologram' for a while, in respect of my annoying habit of disappearing instantly on a run ashore and reappearing magically in camp tucked up in bed minus speech, faculties and an workable digestive system teuchter. it means country folk.

    Army Rumour Service

  • [teuchter = stranger ... in this case "highlanders"] [Partick = a working class section of Glasgow]

    The Welly Boot Song

  • Not his speech-he had taken care to suppress any hint of the Oxford scholar, by taking on the 'teuchter" cant of the Isles.

    Drums of Autumn

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  • A derogatory Lowland Scots word for a Highlander.

    August 2, 2009