Words and Phrases
gat braith

“gat braith”

Meaning:

got one’s breath back, was able to breathe, breathed

In Literature:

Excerpt from Tha Palace o tha Cowans by BBC Tellytales - translated by Ulster-Scots Language Society

Somethin miroclous wus comin aboot!
Ronan gat his braith! He cud tak braith unnèr tha wattèr!


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