1. the heart, lungs and liver of a sheep ground into a paste with oats and barley and then boiled in the same sheep's stomach. the main meal of burns night where it is served with 'neeps an' 'taters, turnips and potatoes repectively.
2. a small ground mammal with tartan skin, one set of legs is often shorter than the other so they can run round hills, unfortunately only one way so haggis farmers haver
the other way around the hill. haggis can only see in a straight line so in order to catch one a drunken stagger must be imitated in order to go unnoticed, this is known as havering
Spicy McHaggis, one hell of a guy.