Why is it Ort, and not Orm in this situation?
Ort = on you (You have... on)
Orm = on me (I have... on)
Ort = air + thu (on + you)
Orm = air + mi (on + me)
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Interesting to speculate about contexts in which I might need this sentence. :-D
Knickers = underpants :-p
(For Americans etc, it's an old, genteel word for your undies, and is used, in Scotland anyway, in a gently mocking way now.)
I'm quite sure you're right, Janey. I got fed up with the app not accepting words and syntax commonly used here. Like "jumper". I bet you'd struggle to find a Gaelic speaker in Scotland who would translate "geansaidh" as "sweater"
Yes, 'sweater' is pretty obscure now.