How do you say old in Geordie?
Aad: Old. From the Anglo-Saxon eald. ‘Aad wife’ is an old woman. Aad Fashint: Old-fashioned.
What accent is Geordie Shore?
Geordie (/ˈdʒɔːrdi/) is a nickname for a person from the Tyneside area of North East England, and the dialect used by its inhabitants, also known in linguistics as Tyneside English or Newcastle English.
What is hello in Geordie?
Are yee daft – are you stupid. Dee as ya telt – do as your told. Areet bonny lad – a polite way of saying hello.
Is the Geordie accent attractive?
11% of people also said that they found the Geordie (Newcastle) accent most attractive, while a smaller 8% argued in favour of the West Country accent, found in the likes of Devon, Cornwall and Dorset.
What does the word but mean in Geordie Dictionary?
But: A kind of spoken full stop or ‘period. Sentences are often ended with the word ‘but’. For example, when describing someone a Geordie may say “she’s a canny lass but” This means that she is a nice girl. It doesn’t imply that there is some unspoken flaw in her character. Canny: A Versatile word. Canny old soul – a nice old person.
What does canny mean in the Geordie Dictionary?
For example, when describing someone a Geordie may say “she’s a canny lass but” This means that she is a nice girl. It doesn’t imply that there is some unspoken flaw in her character. Canny: A Versatile word. Canny old soul – a nice old person. Canny good Canny hard – very good or very tough. Canny job – a good job.
What does WOR Lass in Geordie Dictionary mean?
Wor: ‘Wor Lass’ means ‘our missus’, when a chap is referring to his wife. ‘Wor’ is the Anglo-Saxon word ‘oor’ meaning ‘Our’ the w has crept into speech naturally. Worky ticket – an annoying person. Worm: A dragon – such as the Lambton Worm or Sockburn Worm. Report a problem.
What does Cloot mean in the Geordie Dictionary?
Cloot: A cloth eg a dish cloot, or to clout. Dorham: Durham – In Dorham’ often means in prison – Durham Jail. Gate: Usually means way or street such as Gallowgate.