Words and Phrases
jink

“jink”

Meaning:

trick, joke, dangle (noun and verb)

In Literature:

Excerpt from Tha Glammerie Parritch Pat by BBC Tellytales - translated by Ulster-Scots Language Society

Lilya trevelt oan an oan thro’ tha wuds leukkin tha nit trees.
Thar wus a rowth o trees – whar wur tha nit trees, but?
Syne, on a suddent – Lilya saa a wheen nits jinkin awa up in a tree!

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