Words and Phrases
cairve (tae)

“cairve (tae)”

Meaning:

carve (to)

In Literature:

Excerpt from Tha Whuttler an tha Princess by BBC Tellytales - Translated by Ulster-Scots Language Society

Budi, a puir whuttler, haed aye luved tha prïncess Endah……
an he pit his mine tae ettlin at wunnin.
He wud cairve her a by-ordnar gïft med oot o wud.


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