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Dictionary last updated October 2004

Certain phrases are converted quite well, but the translator simply cannot cope with parts of the dialect such as putting the words "Man" , "Like" and "Ye knaa's" anywhere in a sentence and the fact that we really have a different way of expressing things.
Simply enter plain English text in the box below. At the end of each paragraph make sure you enter a carrage return (Enter key).
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How man mutha man. Please mother don't embarass me.
Ye knaa what ah mean leik. Do you know what I mean?
Eeeh man, ahm gannin te the booza. OK, I have had enough, I am going to the bar.
Whees i' the netty? Who's in the lavatory?
Gan canny or we'll dunsh summick. Be carefull or we will crash into something.

  Simon Newell, 1996-2004,