Words and Phrases
banes

“banes”

Meaning:

bones / beans

In Literature:

Excerpt from The Legend of Stumpie's Brae by Cecil Frances Alexander

But like some ane stumpin’ o’er the ground
an the banes o’ his twa bare knees

Excerpt from Jeck an tha Banestaak by CBBC - Tellytales - translated by Ulster-Scots Language Society

This wumman taen a quare notion o Milky tha coo an med Jeck an offer o yin, twa, thrie, fower, five banes fur her.


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