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Definition funny of Doric:
The dialect spoken in the North East of Scotland, From Aberdeen to Stonehaven, Macduff, Buckie, Keith, Fochabers and Elgin - the language is also known as "the mither tongue" Similar words and phrases are used by "Geordies", natives of Newcastle. Doric is a dying language, but the true natives keep it going.
Foos yer doos/fit like the day = How are you Gan awa doon the toon, see aboot some shoppin = Going into town to get the shopping Aye aye min/hey min = greeting(geordies use "wye aye man") On causing offence to a doric decendant aka a sheepshagger, he/she is liable "tae stick the heid on ye" (glasgow kiss) Far aboots are ye fae = where do you come from (often mistaken for furryboots, hence Aberdeen being labelled "Furryboots City") Quine = girl Loon = boy Mither = mother Feather = father breather = brother haud yer tongue = be quiet semmit and drawers = vest and pants Lik a coo keekin ower a dyke = foolish looking person
NE Scotland language/dialect.
Fit like stranger, far d'yi bide?
Songs about Doric:
Doric by Jega from the Album Geometry
Doric diorama by Nexus from the Album Odynephobia conversion
The Doric Festival by Sandy Reid from the Album The Bonnie Swans o'Crichie
Grey (Nathan Larsen's Doric Reply) by Circulation from the Album Future Grooves Vol. 2
In a Doric Way by Soundtrack/cast Collection from the Album Morricone With Love
Prelude: Doric Music (Musica Britannica, Vol. 14, No. 59) by Glen Wilson from the Album Byrd: Complete Fantasias for Harpsichord
Sonata in the Doric Mode, R. 32 (Allegro) by Pieter-Jan Belder from the Album Soler: Keyboard Sonatas, Vol. 3
Books about Doric:
The Sculptural Decoration of the Doric Order ca. 375 - 31 BC by Dorothy King (Sep 2, 2013)
Doric for Swots by Douglas Kynoch (Aug 2001)
Doric Wilson's Street Theater: The Twenty-Seventh of June, 1969 in Two Acts (The JH Press gay play script series... by Doric Wilson (Dec 1983)
Thi Lyfe An Tyme's O An Enshoar Loon: Doric Scot's by Gordon Morrison (Sep 11, 2006)
Doric line - Piano by Luigi Salamon (Apr 25, 2013)
A Doric Dictionary: Volume One - Doric - English (Easy Doric) by Ashley Mackie (Feb 28, 2014)
Teach Yourself Doric: A Course for Beginners by Douglas Kynoch and James Hamilton (May 1994)
Wiki information Doric:
The Doric order was one of the three orders of ancient Greek or classical architecture; the other two canonical orders were the Ionic and the Corinthian.
Doric or Dorian was a dialect of Ancient Greek. Its variants were spoken in the southern and eastern Peloponnese, Crete, Rhodes, some islands in the southern Aegean Sea, some cities on the coasts of Asia Minor, Southern Italy, Sicily, Epirus and...