common scottish slang for a child or baby
"Aye when you were just a wee bairn I used to mind you when your mam went tae the bingo."
"I cannae believe shes pregnant - at 15 she's just a bairn herself"
A word used in Scotland/ North East England meaning child or baby.
'She's got three bairns now.'
'I'm taking the bairn to school!'
children in scottish
'Av to collect ma bairns from da school'
Word used for fans of or players for Falkirk FC (central scotland); otherwise known as the "Falkirk Bairns"
"The wee falkirk bairns never miss a match"
small child; solid excretum.
cf dropping the kids at the pool.
Don't go in the loo just yet, I've just dropped a bit of a nasty bairn.
A bairn is a female who is young and willing and ready for action. They also have to be at least shaggable otherwise they
do not count as a bairn.
The collective noun for bairns is a squad (pronouced skwad), if faced by a squad of young and willing bairns it is considered tradition to shout "BAIRNS!!!" at them, and if you are in a car you should peep your horn as close as possible to them, this signals to them that they are indeed bairns/have bairn like qualities.
"yer sum bairn hiy... so ye ur"
"BAIRNS!!!!!!" *peep horn*