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Definition of Teuchtas

Teuchter

noun

  • Any Highland man living North of Cumbernauld, Scotland, who likes nothing better than a good fecht (fight) with his house, after a gallon of whisky and then into bed for a frolic with his beloved sheep wife.
    Here comes the big teuchter wi' his new ewe wife.

    Last edited on Nov 04 1999. Submitted by Calum M. from Kelty, Fife, UK on Nov 04 1999.

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