in poker' Three Kings'
referring to shakespeare's MacBeth, King duncan
He took the pot wi' a prial of Ghosts
very hard worker,dedicated to his work. almost singularly attached to a leading bricklayer.
referring to the strongest,most willing carthorse put in front of a team with a bell for the others to follow.
See him, he's a right Bellhorse'
extremely out of favour
latin law; no day
Don't talk tae him, he's sin die
Childrens hoop, motor car, girlfriend
originally a gird was a hoop or bicycle wheel driven by a stick (a lot of fun), later transposed to meaning a car,( no' a bad wee gird") It is often used as an unsentimental compliment regarding a girl.
" She's a nice wee gird"