Speaking at today's coronavirus briefing, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon earlier admitted to feeling “utterly scunnered and fed up” with Covid-19 restrictions.

Some people listening felt that it had "captured the mood of the nation", hailing it as "the best Scots word".

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However, the First Minister's use of the old Scots word, which according to the Collins English Dictionary means annoyed, discontented, bored or nauseated and disgusted, has left others rather perplexed.