joe was voted througe texts in 25 minuits to be scot mills
Yes of course, but there was a little bit of rivalry between them.
Wifie is the Scots for woman
Aye aye You just say Hello.
Heid or napper
It came from the name that the Romans used to refer to the raiders from modern-day Scotland and Ireland. When the Gaidhlig kingdom of Dal Riata and the Pictish kingdom of Pictavia merged, they chose to use that name.
Edward I of England
McCluskey is a Scots name.
Dey or grandfaither
Yes, she was.
I think it is Sean Connery
Bonnie means 'nice' as in nice to look at.
She was mother of King James (the King James Bible) known as "Bloody Mary Queen of Scotts." She and her son, James, invented torture methods. James invited all the Clerics (who were waring with each other) of his time to his summer castle, told them to re-write the Bible so that he liked it within one year or die. This was the second time governments has edited the bible to their liking.
The 'Scots' can refer to various things through Scottish history. Originally what is now Scotland was occupied by the Picts, a Northern Celtic people, similar to the Brythonic Celts (Britons) in what is now England & Wales. The Roman empire never managed to subdue the Picts so they became culturally very different from the southern Romanized-Celts.In the 6th Century another group of Celts, the Gaels, who had settled in Ireland spread across the Hebrides to… Read More
Four. The old 'Scots' language is almost extinct nowadays.
Answer: wee. Note: this is the translation in Scots, which should not be confused with Scottish Gaelic.
For a start, it's MOUSE not Mouce. And we say 'moose' ran up the clock. Or even clock is sometimes pronounced 'cloak'.
She was only 44.
Probably the two best candidates for that title would be: Robert (Rabbie) Burns (1759- 1796), a world-famous and beloved Scottish poet known as "The Bard". Fans worldwide celebrate the anniversary of his birth with "Burns Dinners" on or around January 25th. I hope you did not miss out on the festivities surrounding his 252nd birthday this year, 2011. He is without a doubt Scotland's most famous poet.The other would be Sir William Wallace (circa 1272… Read More
Milly.K + Chloe .P
Although Mary, Queen of Scots was descended from Henry VII, the first Tudor king (her grandmother was Margaret Tudor, sister to Henry VIII), she was of the House of Stuart through her father, James V of Scotland.
Turnips are known in Scotland as neeps.
No, they were Cousins, there was a Mary of England (Commonly called "Bloody Mary") who was Elizabeth's half sister (different mothers)
No. Mary queen of Scots was Queen of Scotland. Mary I was queen Mary of England (also known as Bloody Mary), the eldest daughter of Henry VIII and the queen that preceded Queen Elizabeth I.
Mary Queen of Scots died many years ago and human longevity cannot sustain a person for a such a length of time as would be necessary for her to still be alive today. However, it is 470 years since the birth of Mary Queen of Scots on the 8th of December.
They were protestant Presbyterian, Lowland Scots. The Scot-Irish were not Irish and were not Catholics. The term Scot-Irish is strictly an American nomenclature. In England and Ireland the same people are called Ulster Scots, which is much less confusing. For the entire piece, go to: http://www.greencastlemuseum.org/Local_History/scotch-irish.htm For something a little more in depth, go to: http://www.barlowgenealogy.com/Resources/scots-irish.htmlThe term was used since Queen Elizabeth 1 but fell out of use for many years, Scots Irish arose again… Read More
The people who live/lived in the Highlands of the country of Scotland.
yes she invaded russia
"Awe the best tæ yih"
One week. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ She was six days old.
she was one week
Mary, Queen of Scots was born on 8th December 1542. She became Queen when her father, King James V of Scotland, died on 14th December - she was just 6 days old.
There isn't a King of the Scots. Following the union of the Crowns on the death of Elizabeth the First (of England), James the 6th of Scotland became the King of England. So, in effect, he became James the First of England and 6th of Scotland. He was the chap who was responsible for commisioning the King James Version of the Holy Bible. Consequently, Scotland and England have had a shared monarchy ever since. So… Read More
Yes, on the order of Elizabeth I of England.
She was not assassinated, she was executed on the order of Queen Elizabeth I. For many years Elizabeth struggled with the decision to execute Mary. She did not want to sign the death warrant of a fellow queen and family member, but eventually she had no choice.
Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots was born in 1542. She was the queen of France and Scotland, and a claimant to the English throne. A rival of Elizabeth I, she could have been the last real hope of restored Catholicism in England. She died in 1587.
Literally "Scots we have", so basically it means "we are Scots" Answer. Scots who have
to get away with somthing unscrathed
The Picts are the original inhabitants of what became Scotland. The Romans called them the 'Caledonia' or 'Painted Ones'. The Scots were a Celtic tribe from what is now Northern Ireland, the 'Scotti'. The Scotti moved to the Argyle region of Scotland and slowly 'bred out' the Picts. The country eventually became known as Scotland.
she became a threat to the English throne by wanting to unite Scotland and England under her rule, by dethroning Elizabeth the First ( her cousin) of course Liz the 2nd would not have that, so she sent her troops to overtake Mary, grab her and lock her up in the Tower, where she stayed until she was beheaded (ugh) and so ended the History lesson for today.
A shroud or at least what remains of it.
Although she is probably mainly remembered for her sad end, executed for treason against her cousin, Elizabeth I; when it came to happier things, Mary, Queen of Scots (1542 - 1587) was an avid golfer. She was the first woman to practise golf in Scotland and she caused a bit of a stir by playing golf at St. Andrew's only days after the death of husband, Lord Darnley.When she was detained at Chatsworth, she was… Read More
The fact that most of the monarchs of Britain descend through her. She is also a romantic figure. She shows that even though she is the monarch she is still human.
She lived during the ending as gunpowder was introduce.
Mary loved animals, so she rode horses quite a bit, and also did alot of other athletic activities, such as golfing. She also did embroidery while in captivity in England.