What does Bonny mean in Outlander?

Bonnie/Bonny is a compliment for women, often used with the word lass, meaning beautiful woman. The word plausibly comes from the French bonne meaning good, or the Latin bonus, meaning the same. The masculine version of the word is braw. A word which is heard often is ken, which means to know.

Do Scottish people still say Bonny?

If you come through Scotland you can easily meet people saying words like “bonnie” (pretty), “wee” (small), “laddie/lassie” (boy/girl), and also many other idiomatic sentences that you probably would not understand, but Scottish people use regularly.

How do you say sweetheart in Scottish?

Scottish Gaelic terms of endearment

  1. mo ghràdh – my love.
  2. mo chridhe – my heart.
  3. mo leannan – my lover, my sweetheart.
  4. m’eudail – my darling, my dear.
  5. a thasgaidh – my darling, my dear.

What is Wee Bonnie?

1. Bonnie (pretty) Wee (little) Lass (girl)

What is the meaning of nighean?

Like the Male name IAN but with an N in front. A surname that is of Gaelic origin. Learn more about the word “Nighean” , its origin, alternative forms, and usage from Wiktionary. Nightwear – Nightwear – also called sleepwear, nightclothes, or nightdress – is clothing designed to be worn while sleeping.

What does tha an nighean Ris an uinneig mean?

Tha an nighean ris an uinneig oir tha a’ ghrian glè bhlàth an-diugh. The lass is at the window, because the sun is very hot today. Tha balach agus nighean aig Tòmas. Tom has a son and a daughter. Tha nighean agus triùir bhalaich aig Tòmas agus Màiri.

What is Tha nighean agus dithis bhalach?

Tha nighean agus balach aig Tòmas agus Màiri. Tom and Mary have a daughter and a son. Tha dithis bhalaich is triùir nigheanan aig Tòmas. Tom has two sons and three daughters. Tha nighean agus dithis bhalach aig Tòmas agus Màiri.