Misssy? What's a Blether and a Besom?
Besom (noun): Pronounced bizim, “Besom” is the Scottish word for a girl who is a bit cheeky, a bit naughty or a bit feisty. The English word “Minx” would be an adequate synonym. Famous besoms have included Boudica, Bjork, Lady Macbeth, Minnie the Minx, Joan of Arc and Scarlett O’Hara. Misssy has gone through her whole life being called a Besom. But, you must agree, the world would be a duller place without besoms.
Blether (noun/verb): The word blether (pronounced like leather or weather) means to talk or chatter. Used as a noun, it can describe someone who chats a lot, or who makes up stories. If you say, “you’re such a blether” you can either be complaining about a person's incessant chatter, or suggesting that what they’ve just said is a lot of nonsense or lacking in factual accuracy. To "have a good blether" suggests you've had a good old over-the-garden-fence-type gossip with a friend. There is no word in the English language that is an adequate synonym.
Both Besom and Blether are Misssy's favourite words of all time.