Actors and crew looking for the toilet have been advised to ask: "Whaur's the cludgie?" with those wishing to contact the local constabulary told to "sen' furra polis".
The show is being made by California-based Starz Media and created by American producer Ron Moore.
Filming is expected to start in Cumbernauld this month.
The Scots language guide was revealed by lead man Sam Heughan, from Dumfriesshire, who plays Highland warrior Jamie Fraser.
The show, based on a series of novels by US author Diana Gabaldon, has been dubbed Scotland's answer to Game of Thrones.
The language guide, tweeted by Heughan also includes "lae me alane" for actor's looking for a bit of peace and quiet while on the road.
Creative Scotland is supporting the arrival of Outlander in North Lanarkshire and will financially assist the production.