The Broons and Oor Wullie: Family Fun Through the Years (Annual): v.15
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Ocr ABBYY FineReader 11.0 (Extended OCR) Ocr_converted abbyy-to-hocr 1.1.20 Ocr_module_version 0.0.16 Old_pallet IA18129 Openlibrary_edition Scottish word of the week: Weans and Bairns - the Scotsman". Archived from the original on 28 July 2019 . Retrieved 28 July 2019.
Starting in 1940 the Oor Wullie strips also appeared in the form of a Christmas annual which alternated every second year with “ The Broons”, another D. C. Thomson product. (No annuals were published between 1943 and 1946.) Pre-1966 annuals were undated. Crivens, Crivvens’, Scottish National Dictionary, Dictionary of the Scots Language https://dsl.ac.uk/entry/snd/crivens (Consulted 19 October 2020). The Broons were portrayed in a sketch on the BBC Scotland comedy show Naked Video. Tony Roper was cast as Paw, Gregor Fisher played Maw, Elaine C. Smith portrayed the Bairn, Jonathan Watson appeared as Joe, and Louise Beattie appeared as Horace, with the other family members (and Oor Wullie) mentioned in passing. The sketch revolved around Paw's naivety in the modern world and his inability to move with the times, not even realising that his entire offspring are the product of an affair Maw was having with a farmer.What are the most visible features of Scottishness in terms of language in Oor Wullie and how are they changing over time? “We never get ony fun here”
urn:lcp:broonsoorwullie10000unse:epub:3ef211ff-45c1-4482-8eb4-83104aabbfe9 Foldoutcount 0 Identifier broonsoorwullie10000unse Identifier-ark ark:/13960/t7fr8s307 Invoice 1652 Isbn 0851166334 Maggie (Margaret) Broon – The beautiful, glamorous daughter with blonde hair and fashionable clothing. She has a steady stream of beaux and is bitterly envied by the drab Daphne. In the later editions, Maggie became a model, and a weather girl. Despite their rivalry over men, Daphne and Maggie share a close bond and Maggie even stands up for Daphne when she is taunted; notably in one strip, she flirted with a man in a bar and threw the drink he had bought her over him as revenge for his hurtful comments toward Daphne.Gavin Brightwell's history of Dudley Watkins' work". Thatsbraw.co.uk. Archived from the original on 14 May 2009 . Retrieved 21 September 2009.
The Oxford English Dictionary also states that jings apparently was a sacred name which may have been introduced to the English and the Scottish language through Basque sailors. Jinko, Jainko ( Yinko, Yainko), Jincoa and Jaincoa are Basque spellings of references to God. 20 In another context, in the Russian war against the Turks in 1878, the Russian tendency to feel superior was sometimes described as jingoism. Likewise, still today, jingoism refers to a “mood of inflated patriotism”. 21
jingo, 2. By jingo!’, Oxford English Dictionaryhttps://www.oed.com/view/Entry/101343?redirectedFrom=by+jingo#eid40393170 (Consulted 19 October 2020). Peebles, Cheryl (16 June 2020). " 'You can actually see the likeness': Force unearths story of Fife copper who was real-life inspiration for PC Murdoch, Oor Wullie's nemesis". Access-restricted-item true Addeddate 2020-06-27 11:05:05 Boxid IA1820216 Camera USB PTP Class Camera Collection_set printdisabled External-identifier