Scottish slang, chiefly Edinburgh, used to mean something good.
"Awright, Mike! It's pure barry n that to hear fae ye, mate"
Scottish slang, chiefly Dundonian. Means good, great.
"Aw man! Free ectos! Pure teckle an aw that!"
Commonly used in the central belt of Scotland. While other authors cite the female breast as the origin of this word, it's mostly used as a mild insult on the East Coast.
"Shazza's new man's a right diddy byraway"
Chiefly Scots, in particular Dundonian. An ecstasy
What have I done wi' that ecto I had a minute ago?
See they ectos we had the other night? Fucksake
Scottish slang, used as a verb to describe the act of ignoring something.
"Is that the door? We're too busy playing FIFA, just rubber it"
"I was trying to phone Davie earlier on to find out about those pills for Friday, but the cunt's rubbering his phone"
Chiefly East coast of Scotland. "Lots", "many".
"I was at the game last night and there were rakes o' wee schemies hingin aboot outside who wurnae allowed in"
"I've got rakes of pills, anyway, likes"
Scots, chiefly East Coast.
To receive abuse, pisstaking.
Shug brought that fat bird hame the night, he's getting it tight later oan, like.
Martin was totally pissed off the other night cuz we wur giving him it tight about his maw and her prostitution business.