dinna

dinna

(ˈdɪnə) or

dinnae

vb
Scot do not
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'Dinna greet, poor Janet,' she would say to them; and they would answer, 'Ah, Margaret, but you're greeting yoursel.' Margaret Ogilvy had been her maiden name, and after the Scotch custom she was still Margaret Ogilvy to her old friends.
"I dinna ken what ye're drivin' at," he said, after an interval, with a sullen consciousness that he had been all but tricked into betraying himself.
Stewart, come awa', sir!" said he, "and bring in your friend that as yet I dinna ken the name of."
I've recently twigged that I spik to masellie a' the time ie: "No, the toots dinna like those sausages.
Dinna, a Doha resident, said her selfies at the Souq are a welcome addition to her "photo keepsakes" collected from her travels.
Tanya Souter, local lifestyle guru I dinna ken about youse, but this heat has made it even tougher for me to keep my bairns entertained in the holidays.
Dinna dinna dinna do it Former Batman George Clooney had advice when BenAffleck took over the role."I said,'Don't do it'." Clooney recalled.
The first day was known as "hunting the gowk," and the second day was called "Tailie Day," or "Preen-Tail Day." On the first day, pranksters would send people on pointless, long errands with meaningless messages such, "Dinna laugh, dinna smile.
We are in the process of changing the rules of engagement in order for us to be ahead in the industry.' says Dinna B.
Classes: B, C, M, TECH, V, VAR Popular Instructors: Dinna Bjorn, Eric Viudes
An engineer, Dinna Geraldine Ramlan, 37, wanted the new Mentri Besar to redouble efforts to reduce crime in Selangor.