Words and Phrases
deedle ower (tae)

“deedle ower (tae)”

Meaning:

feel drowsy, nod off (to)

In Literature:

Excerpt from Tha Shanachy an tha Spaeman by BBC Tellytales - translated by Ulster-Scots Language Society

Tha shanachy tauld his cracks tae a gye meikle mon – tha kïng o Leinstèr.
Eftèr tha crack, tha Kïng wud stairt tae deedle ower, an faa soon tae mornin.


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