Crabbit – a Scottish words notebook
If you are not from Scotland you should be aware that Scotland has three languages, English, Scots and Scottish Gaelic along with a diverse range of different regional dialects.
English is spoken by the overwhelming percentage of the population but most people, if not actually speaking Scots, will use Scots words in their everyday conversation and crabbit is one such word.
Crabbit means someone who is grumpy, miserable or annoyed. The person can be ill-tempered, curt, disagreeable and in a bad mood, especially in the morning. An example might be to say to someone, “Yer a crabbit get, so ye are.”
However you use it, it is always said in a good humoured way and without malice.
Do you know someone who is crabbit?
This notebook is the ideal birthday or anniversary gift as well as an inexpensive, fun, Christmas stocking filler for someone you think is crabbit, be they a family member or work colleague.
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Format = Paperback.
Size = 6 inches x 9 inches.
Cover = Matte.
Pages = 120 pages.
Printer = Amazon print to order.
Delivery = Allow 14 days.