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by Geordie Ink
Pages: 32 pages
Category: Words Language & Grammar
Publisher: Bridge Studios (September 1, 1992)
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Geordie dialect words from newcastle, Tyneside and the North East. Many are still in use or recalled by older dialect users. Most words here are familiar in Tyneside Geordie but some are unique to or more prevalent in other parts of the region. Phrases in bold are translated at the end of the page.
Geordie dialect words from newcastle, Tyneside and the North East. Word beginning with A or B. Baccy, broon, bairn, aakward. Hev a gan yersel’ forst. Geordie Words: A-B C-E F-H I-L M-Q R-T U- Z. A: Aareet bonny lad, bonny lass? Aa’l: I will.
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Geordie definition: 1. someone who comes from Tyneside in Northeast England 2. the type of English spoken by someon. .Clear explanations of natural written and spoken English. Learner’s Dictionary. Essential British English. Essential American English.
Offishal Geordie Dictionary. A tongue in cheek book, but if you ever find yourself going to Newcastle, England a must have, as Geordies are damn near impossible to understand. 1872010857 (ISBN13: 9781872010854). Warwick rated it it was ok Dec 20, 2012.
A 'Geordie' is a person from Newcastle, UK. They have been named the nicest in Britain. These 'plastic' Geordies tend to believe they are at the top of the social scale but are in fact in the middle of the social security benefit queue. Famous people such as Cheryl Cole and Joe McElderry are Geordies. Often found in Netto or more notably Greggs upon where they feed they offspring large quantities of baked pastry goods, children are usually christened "Keegen" or "Bobby" or "Alan" regardless of their sex, this is due to their Mother and Fathers (and in many cases 'Uncle Steve' and Uncle "Jeff" and 'wor Bobbies da") lifelong devotion to Newcastle United, despite never.