Words and Phrases
wutterick

“wutterick”

Meaning:

stoat

Alternative spelling/meaning:

whitrat; wittrick

In Literature:

Excerpt from The Passengers by James Orr

Taupies beneath their wives wha stole
or mang auld sails lay flat ay,
like whitrats peepin’ frae their hole,
cried, “Is she British, wat ye,
or French this day?”


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