Here is a great collection of names in Scots Gaelic. Now, we just have to figure out how to pronounce them!
The Scottish Poetry Library has put together a growing collection of downloadable poster, each featuring a wonderful piece of poetry to inspire your days. This one features a work by Glasgow-born Alan Spence.
peelie-wally (alt. peely-wallie, peely-wally)
1. (chiefly Scotland) Pale, pasty; off colour or ill-looking. [from 19th c.]
“On Monday mornings, he was always a bit peelie-wally.”
For more on this bit of Scots language, click below for an article from the Caledonian Mercury.