Pavlova, as made by the Peerie
Shop Cafe in Lerwick began a revolution.
2d: He was a peerie
while afore the king's men got a boat (Dennison 1880)
Poor old Rob must be birlin like a peerie
trying to make sense of what all his gaffers are on about.
Not really waving, you see, but drowning, as the figure in the beaver coat scissor-strode away in clackety peerie
The student, who spends his summers working in Lerwick's Peerie
Shop Cafe, is also tickled by his new status as a fashion icon.
Shop, Fine Peerie
Cakes, Da Fish Bowl and Da Noost), it was rarely employed in more official sign media.
PETER LAWWELL must still be dizzy after birlin' like a peerie
when Celtic's annual accounts were published.
I've a lifetime of memories of my grannies and great-aunties up on that dancefloor in their peerie
heels, moving as one formidable mass.
Two middle-aged males gave tiddler for small fish while a younger woman gave peerie
fish for small fish.
Anderson & Co have real Shetland knitwear and the Peerie
Shop sells knitwear, books, and clothes.
I still fit my ageing pins into a pair of heels, although these days they're more kitten than peerie
Or start again with a new word: neep, scunner, outwith, Scottish, peerie