Dreich - common Scot's vernacular - meaning a drizzly, dark day in - typically, winter - interestingly the Dutch and Germans use the same word - albeit pronounced slightly differently.
Footer - to fanny about - to prevaricate.
Fanckle - something twisted or complex.
Skelp - to smack.
Am'urnae - I am not.
Did ye - aye, right? - looks like a positive comment but isn't.
Messages - groceries.
Dinger - used for a very angry person - he did his dinger.
Bye fur the noo. I
This brings back some memories. Sadly, my Scottish accent and vocabulary is long gone. I do remember using "get oot the road" as a nipper, for "get out the way" and calling street drains, IIRC, "syvers" a word I have never heard since. I also do love the word "squishing"