What's the difference between a brick and your trousers? The answer may depend on where you were born.
As the British Library note, whether you call a bread roll a cob or a batch may depend on where in the UK you are from.
Different regions of Britain have developed their own extremely distinct words and phrasing - no more so than in Scotland. And a list of some strange words that mean rather different things in Scotland is attracting rather a lot of attention on Reddit.
Inspired by that, here are some words that mean entirely different things in Scotland:
an old penny
chicken and leek soup
fool (e.g. ‘Hunty gowk’ refers to April Fool's Day)