Outlander: Gaelic and Scots phrases used on the show - and what they mean
From 'Sassenach' to 'dinna fash', here's the meaning of the Gaelic and Scots words used in Outlander.
Often used by Jamie as a nickname for Claire Sassenach means foreigner, typically an English person.
A term of endearment for a woman, that can mean daughter,young woman, or lass.
Another term of endearment meaning sweetheart, or beautiful woman.
Gaelic word for heart.
Gaelic term for love.
Close friend; Ma Charaid means my friend.
Commonly used term for a baby or young child.
A grumpy person, typically female.
A reassuring phrase meaning 'don't worry'.
An idiot, a fool, a simpleton
A Scots term meaning to cry.