Pig Latin version of scram; possibly the only Pig Latin phrase to enter common American English besides ixnay.
amscray (third-person singular simple present amscrays, present participle amscraying, simple past and past participle amscrayed)
- To go away. Most often used in the imperative form.
- Get out of here! Amscray!
- 1978 — Shirley Nelson: The Last Year of the War  (page 46)
- It made her nervous. She considered wheeling on him with a glare and an icy whisper: “Amscray, Buster!”
- 1981 — John Updike: Rabbit is Rich
- Charlie nods. “Amscray. I got some sorting out to do myself.[...]”