What does the verb boke/boak mean?
What part of the body is referred to as your bake?
If you are footering / futering, what are you doing?
What is a wain / wean / weean?
What happens to a sheuch / sheugh when it rains?
it fills with water (it's a shallow ditch)
it gets soggy (it's a bread roll)
it goes under cover if it has any sense (it's a horse)
What is the profession of someone who is on the bru / broo?
police (or other security services)
Answers in due course (and no sneaky googling).
I see several people doing blog posts about their native dialects today, so I thought I'd follow suit - but in the form of a poll. Running through these I was slightly surprised to realise how few of these words actually have standard English spellings.