Words and Phrases
aince an ay

“aince an ay”

Meaning:

forever, once and for all

In Literature:

Excerpt from Tha Thie Wee Pigs by BBC Tellytales - translated by Ulster-Scots Language Society

Whut wye cud the’ redd thairsel o tha wulf aince an ay?
Wi thon, Joch haed a thocht! An it wus a guid thocht forbye…


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