laldie

laldie

(ˈlældɪ) or

laldy

n
great energy and enjoyment, or great force
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I was on my feet, suddenly 20 years younger, giving it laldie. Kids, seated, astonished eyes on their adolescent mum.
Paul - 'the fiddler' - tae quote the wirds screiv't bi Sir Hugh Roberton o the famed Glasgow Orpheus Choir, 'wis ready' an ye cwid sense the atmosphere as the lichts gaed doon an sivven o Scotland's foremaist fiddlers strade on stage eager tae get yokit syne athoot ony fuss an palaver wi jist a wird or twa o welcome fae the man o the moment in's ain haimly tongue, they gaed it laldie as if they hid play't thegither for eers settin's up for the gran nicht it turn't oot tae be.
Tipperary's sharp 5f should prove ideal for Bank On Black and she is taken to beat the frustrating Sassaway and Laldie, who steps into handicap company after winning a Fairyhouse maiden last week.
And there was oor ain wee Toot, giving it laldie, enjoying every second.
In-form Chris Hayes brought his tally in the last seven days to five when Laldie survived a lengthy stewards' inquiry after Andy Oliver's three-year-old held the well-backed newcomer Tweedy by half a length in the 6f maiden.
She loved singing as a little girl but never found encouragement until staff at the Mission introduced her to Glasgow choir Givin' it Laldie.
There are plasma screens dotted around the walls and The White Stripes, Foo Fighters and The Clash were giving it laldie without making it impossible to have a chat.
The Daily Record was flooded with calls after we gave our readers the chance to hear 62- year-old Rita "gie it laldie" over the phone.