What does Jings mean in Scottish?

What does Jings mean in Scottish?

exclamation of surprise

What does Crivens mean in English?

Interjection. crivvens. (Scotland, chiefly Dundee) An exclamation of astonishment or horror. Jings, crivvens an’ help ma boab!

How do you pronounce Crivens?

It’s usually spelled “crivvens”, at least nowadays in Scotland. Wherever did you come across this word?! It’s a Scots word, which is either a dialect of English or a be pronounced with a “short” i, as in “driven”.

What is Help Ma Boab?

expressing frustration, amazement

How old is Oor Wullie?

The original Oor Wullie was drawn as a single panel and the character was aged about 5 or 6. Later he aged to about 10 or 11, but more recently, he has become slightly younger. The earliest strips had little dialogue but always ended with Wullie complaining (“I nivver get ony fun roond here!”).

Where is the broons set?

Auchentogle

Who said Jings Crivens and help Boab?

Teresa reasor

Do the broons twins have names?

The younger children are Horace, who is the brains of the family, and the Twins (identical boys) plus the Bairn, a cut down version of Maw and wiser than her years. Last, but by no means least, is the roguish Granpaw Broon.

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How many are in the Broons?

Question by author picqero. 2 How many family members of “The Broons” have featured in the comic strip series? Ten of “The Broons” live at the flat in Glebe Street, but Granpaw Broon has his own house nearby. Those living at Glebe Street are Paw, Maw, Joe, Hen, Daphne, Maggie, Horace, the twins, and the bairn.

Who are the characters in the Broons?

Award-winning Scottish playwright Rob Drummond brings the iconic characters Granpaw, Paw and Maw Broon, Hen and Joe, Daphne, Maggie, Horace, the Twins and the Bairn to life for a Scottish audience in a production filled with laughs, love and comic-strip visuals, all set to a Scottish soundtrack.

Is Oor Wullie still in the Sunday Post?

Oor Wullie and The Broons are cartoon strips that appear every week in the Sunday Post newspaper. Both strips have achieved legendary status and in 2016 they celebrated their 80th anniversary! Oor Wullie is the iconic wee Scottish laddie from the fictional town of Auchenshoogle.

What is a donkey cry called?

When you bray, you make the “hee-haw” sound that a donkey makes. The sound itself is known also as a bray. A mule or donkey’s bray is loud and jarring when compared to the gentle neigh of a pony.