Bairn is a Northern English, Scottish English and Scots term for a child. It originated in Old English as "bearn", becoming restricted to Scotland and the North of England c.
Derived from wee, meaning little, and ane meaning one, wean is a word most commonly used in the West of Scotland to refer to a young child, and is sometimes also spoken as wee yin or 'little one'. Wee is a word whose current meaning is in little dispute, but whose origins are interesting and complex.
a child or baby. This is the incredibly cute Scottish way of identifying children and babies. You don't have a one year old you. You have a "wee bairn." And, spoiler: wee bairn's with wee Scottish accents melt my wee heart.
Mo duinne - 'My brown one' - Jamie's term of endearment for Claire which he first uses in Outlander (ch. 16). This is not the correct Gaelic form and is used only in Outlander. It is corrected to 'mo nighean donn' in later books. Mo luaidh - my darling, my dear.
(And for those wondering about the odd nickname, Mac Dubh is actually Gaelic and means "Son of the Black." He's given this title because his father was called "Black Brian.") Suffice to say, fans will definitely be seeing a different side of Jamie throughout the beginning of the third season.
m' ulaidh ort! my darling/dear!
Bairn is a Scottish or Northern English word for child.
Scottish Word: Wallie.
Bairn is a Northern English, Scottish English and Scots term for a child. It originated in Old English as "bearn", becoming restricted to Scotland and the North of England c. 1700.
An Irish word for a young girl.
Claire and Jamie only have two biological children together: Faith and Brianna. Faith was the stillborn baby in France. Mother Hildegarde baptized the child despite it being against the law, and Jamie never got to see her. He was in the Bastille at the time, and Claire almost died of childbed fever.
According to Express, in season 1 of Outlander, Claire is 26-years-old with a birthdate of October 20, 1918. At that time, Jamie is 23-years-old, with a birthdate of May 1, 1721. Despite the small age gap, Claire is revealed to be the much more experienced one out of the pair.
Who is the father of Brianna's baby? Brianna slept with Roger after they were handfast. However, that same night, she was raped by Stephen Bonnet. It was after this that Bree learned she was pregnant with Jemmy, and now nobody really knows who Jemmy's father is.
It means a foreigner. And more specifically, it's a less-than-kind Gaelic word for an English person, as actor Sam Heughan, who plays Jamie Fraser on the series, explains in the video below: This content is imported from YouTube.
Acushla comes from the Irish Gaelic cuisle, which can mean "darling" but more literally means "pulse" or "vein." It's an adaptation of the Irish Gaelic a cuisle ("oh darling"). Cuisle was sometimes also paired with ma to give us macushla ("my darling"), as well as our next term of endearment....
wean n. a child, especially a young one. Scots has a number of words for children and young people, the most well-known being bairn and wean.
(læŋ ) adjective. a Scot word for long1.
Bosie may mean: Northern Scottish dialect (Doric) for a hug.
Female | A quintessential Scottish name that will never go out of fashion, Bonnie is the Scots word for beautiful, pretty, stunning and attractive.
A Chumann: Means 'my sweetheart', but is also the word for 'society', which can be confusing! Mo Shearc (pronounced 'hark'): Means 'my love' Another simple version of 'mo ghrá'.
Translated, “Mac Dubh” means “The Black One” in reference to Jamie's father, Brian, who was often referred to as “Black Brian” for his jet-black hair. The “Mac” refers to Jamie's mother's side of his lineage, the Mackenzies (a tie that plays a large part in Jamie's story throughout Outlander's early seasons).
However, Ellen did have two children that lived to adulthood – her son Jamie and daughter Jenny – and so Jamie inherited the estate upon his father's death. Named for an old broch on the land, Broch Tuarach means "north-facing tower" in Gaelic.