K and L in Scots — Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge.

Hi all 😁 My entry for this week’s CB&W Photo Challenge.

In keeping with me learning Scots, I thought I’d go for things beginning with K and L in Scots; so here goes…

Kye ( cattle); plural of coo (cow)

Key by Jez Braithwaite
Kye

Lamb’s Lugs (lamb’s ears)

Lamb's Lugs by Jez Braithwaite
Lamb’s Lugs

Lang Lugs (Donkey)

Lang Lugs by Jez Braithwaite
Lang Lugs

Linn (Waterfall)

Linn by Jez Braithwaite
Linn

Loan (Lane or Path)

Loch (Lake)

Lochan (Small Lake)

Lochan by Jez Braithwaite
Lochan

Lowe (Flame)

Lowe by Jez Braithwaite
Lowe

Lum (Chimney)

4 thoughts on “K and L in Scots — Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge.

  1. Great photos and I think I might need a Scots/English dictionary if I ever went farther afield than Edinburgh. That is the only place other than Pitlochry ( Spelling?) that i have been to in Scotland.

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