fricht

fricht

(frɪxt)
n
a fright
vb (tr)
to frighten; to scare
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The First Minister and his party enjoy calling the Prime Minister a "feartie" and "fricht" – because that's how Scots speak, apparently – for refusing to go head to head on TV.
Faced with a sickly me my granny once said: "Jings Lindsay, you gave me a fricht (fright) - what a state you're in." Thanks Gran - you don't look too bad yourself.