Blether n.v. foolish talk/er
Blood fighting spirit Don’t raise his blood!
Blow scold I gave him a good blowing up!
Blustery stormy, of temper as well as weather
Blutter as with ‘blether’
Boke vomit: was man who’d do it on request, aka Bill the Boke!
Bone-dry out of milk! The wee cow’s bone-dry!
Bothered silly: he’s a bit bothered in his mind.
Bottom end, sense: there’s no bottom to his story.
Bottom low-lying field or meadow: He’s in the bottom field.
Boy male of any age: servant: the devil [as in ‘old boy’]
Brag boast she was the brag of the ball: he’s a bit of a brag
Brash illness: may also mean help
Braskins milk raised by the churn-staff in churning
Brave large, as in ‘a brave lump’: wholesome, as in ‘a brave day’
Bravery finery, as in, ‘she was out in her bravery’
Breast mount, as in ‘I haven’t yet met the horse I cudn’t breast!’
Brew the edge of a drain/bank of a stream: in town, tea.
Brissle toast, as in ‘she was brissling her shins at the fire’
Broken no longer fair, as in ‘the weather’s broken’
Buff joke, naked ‘he’s ony buffing!’ ‘in his buff!’
Budget news, ‘What’s yer budget?’
Buggle shy, as in horse’s refusal, ‘the mare buggled at it!’
Bum boast, ‘he’s a real bum’
Busk dress, as in ‘All busked up and nowhere to go’
Butt ‘he jumped from a butt’ as ‘bunty’: ‘a quare wee butt of a lad’
Butter-mouthed treacherous ‘a butter-mouthed deceiver!’
Bye-boy illegitimate son