Words and Phrases
et

“et”

Meaning:

ate / eaten

In Literature:

Excerpt from Tha Goolden Dyuck by BBC Tellytales - Translated by Ulster-Scots Language Society

Nixt Lutek be’d tae fïll his hung’ry wame.
He waaked intae tha dearest aitin hoose he cud fyn … an ordert aathin oan tha menu …
… fruit … drink … sassingers … baps … butcher mate …
an he et … an he et … an he et…
an he slockent … and he slockent … an he slockent his drooth.


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