Words and Phrases
druntit

“druntit”

Meaning:

upset, taken aback

In Literature:

Excerpt from Gooldilocks an Tha Thie Bears by BBC Tellytales - translated by Ulster-Scots Language Society

‘Wha’s bin aitin ma parritch?’ spiered Daddy Bear, wi a grue.
‘An wha’s bin aitin ma parritch?’ spiered Mammy bear, wi a grue.
‘An wha’s eftèr aitin ma parritch … an … an leuk see! The’ hae et it aa up!’ cried Babby Bear in a fleg!
Och wae’s me! The’r fair druntit!


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