"Thran" [Thra-an] Meaning: Awkward
A range of Ulster-Scots language publications are available from the Ulster-Scots Language Society.
Since the early 1990s, the Ulster-Scots Language Society has been the only organisation in Northern Ireland specifically formed to promote the Ulster-Scots language in literature and native speech.
The Ulster-Scots Language Society was founded in 1992 “to promote the status and re-establish the dignity of Ulster-Scots as a language”.
Its objectives are:
The Society caters for a wide range of interests:
Some of the Ulster-Scots language books distributed by the Ulster-Scots Language Society include (click on the image below for further details and to order your copy from www.ulsterscotslanguage.com):
Anyone interested in receiving more information may contact:
The Ulster-Scots Language Society
2nd Floor, 68-72 Great Victoria Street
Individual, Joint / Family and Corporate membership available - please feel free to contact us for further details.
Members will receive complimentary copies of the Society’s ‘Ullans’ Magazine (contains items in English as well as Ulster-Scots) and regular updates on events throughout the year.