Differences around the uk
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This presentation was used in an assembly about ‘differences around
the UK’. The content was contr...
barm




 BL3
barm



crazy


 BL3
peelywally




    IV30
peelywally



not feeling well


      IV30
tabs




 DE7
tabs



ears


 DE7
coshies




  PE31
coshies



 sweets


  PE31
marra




 NE61
marra



 head


 NE61
crockin’




   NR8
crockin’



 crying


   NR8
oakie




 LE8
oakie



ice cream


   LE8
skorrie




  KW14
skorrie



 seagull


  KW14
klempt




 Wigan
klempt



hungry


 Wigan
cwch




 Wales
cwch



cuddle


 Wales
kift




 SA72
kift


someone who
is really clumsy

      SA72
bairn




 TS16
bairn



young child


    TS16
nesh




 DE5
nesh



cold


 DE5
mizzly




  TR2
mizzly



misty / drizzly


      TR2
TROCK




 KW14
TROCK



rubbish


 KW14
glaikit




  EH10
glaikit



 stupid


  EH10
parmo




 TS16
parmo

  escalope of chicken,
 breaded, deep fried,
smothered in bechemal,
 topped with cheese!
         TS16
Butty




 CF31
Butty



mate / friend


     CF31
scraitin




  NG16
scraitin



 crying


  NG16
pingling




   NR8
pingling


messing around
  with food


     NR8
parmo




 TS18
parmo

  escalope of chicken,
 breaded, deep fried,
smothered in bechemal,
 topped with cheese!
         TS18
cob




LE8
cob



bread roll


   LE8
cob




LE8
cob



to throw


  LE8
mardy




 LE8
mardy



grumpy


  LE8
daps




South Wales
daps



trainers


South Wales
greetin




 Scotland
greetin



 crying


 Scotland
Fit Like?




   AB54
Fit Like?



How are you?


    AB54
dunshus




  NE30
dunshus



push me


  NE30
Gan




TS23
Gan



to go


 TS23
What’s the craic?




       BT48
What’s the craic?


  What is going on?
 Have you any news?


         BT48
Ninety




  BT48
Ninety


There are lots of things
     happening.


          BT48
barmcake




   BT3
barmcake



white bread bun


      BT3
twitchel




   NG5
twitchel


short footpath
or side entrance


      NG5
Spelk




 TS24
Spelk


splinter caught
under the skin


      TS24
jitty




 LE2
jitty


a narrow alley
 or footpath


     LE2
spoggs




  HD1
spoggs



sweets


  HD1
essy cart




   ZE2
essy cart


   dust cart
or dustbin lorry


      ZE2
ginnel




  HD1
ginnel


narrow path
or alley way


    HD1
frit




NG31
frit



frightened


   NG31
mither




 CW12
mither



make a fuss


   CW12
skive




 CW12
skive


    truant
or ‘skip’ school


      CW12
croggie




  NG4
croggie


to give someone
a lift on a bicycle


       NG4
mash




 NG4
mash


to brew a
cup of tea


   NG4
weak




 NN14
weak



very


 NN14
dreckly




  TR2
dreckly


  at some time
in the near future


       TR2
emmett




  TR2
emmett



tourists


  TR2
siding the table




      SK6
siding the table



 clearing the table


        SK6
do you ken?




    FK1
do you ken?



 Do you care?


     FK1
Hy up




 DE7
Hy up



Hello


 DE7
rammel




  DE7
rammel



rubbish / not good


       DE7
owt




FY4
owt



anything


  FY4
where to you goyin?




        CF31
where to you goyin?



  Where are you going?


          CF31
Thank You!
Many thanks to the following people to posted their words to me via
Twitter:

Doug Belshaw, Bev Evans, David Mi...
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  • Regional Language Differences

    1. 1. Differences around the uk
    2. 2. about This Presentation This presentation was used in an assembly about ‘differences around the UK’. The content was contributed by people on Twitter. At the top of each slide, there is a word which is used in a particular part of the UK. The middle area shows the meaning, as well as the postcode / place name of where the word is used. We talked about the words and their meanings in our assembly. We also looked up the places in Google Earth to see where they were in relation to our school in Kent. Thank you to everyone who helped with the presentation. Mark
    3. 3. barm BL3
    4. 4. barm crazy BL3
    5. 5. peelywally IV30
    6. 6. peelywally not feeling well IV30
    7. 7. tabs DE7
    8. 8. tabs ears DE7
    9. 9. coshies PE31
    10. 10. coshies sweets PE31
    11. 11. marra NE61
    12. 12. marra head NE61
    13. 13. crockin’ NR8
    14. 14. crockin’ crying NR8
    15. 15. oakie LE8
    16. 16. oakie ice cream LE8
    17. 17. skorrie KW14
    18. 18. skorrie seagull KW14
    19. 19. klempt Wigan
    20. 20. klempt hungry Wigan
    21. 21. cwch Wales
    22. 22. cwch cuddle Wales
    23. 23. kift SA72
    24. 24. kift someone who is really clumsy SA72
    25. 25. bairn TS16
    26. 26. bairn young child TS16
    27. 27. nesh DE5
    28. 28. nesh cold DE5
    29. 29. mizzly TR2
    30. 30. mizzly misty / drizzly TR2
    31. 31. TROCK KW14
    32. 32. TROCK rubbish KW14
    33. 33. glaikit EH10
    34. 34. glaikit stupid EH10
    35. 35. parmo TS16
    36. 36. parmo escalope of chicken, breaded, deep fried, smothered in bechemal, topped with cheese! TS16
    37. 37. Butty CF31
    38. 38. Butty mate / friend CF31
    39. 39. scraitin NG16
    40. 40. scraitin crying NG16
    41. 41. pingling NR8
    42. 42. pingling messing around with food NR8
    43. 43. parmo TS18
    44. 44. parmo escalope of chicken, breaded, deep fried, smothered in bechemal, topped with cheese! TS18
    45. 45. cob LE8
    46. 46. cob bread roll LE8
    47. 47. cob LE8
    48. 48. cob to throw LE8
    49. 49. mardy LE8
    50. 50. mardy grumpy LE8
    51. 51. daps South Wales
    52. 52. daps trainers South Wales
    53. 53. greetin Scotland
    54. 54. greetin crying Scotland
    55. 55. Fit Like? AB54
    56. 56. Fit Like? How are you? AB54
    57. 57. dunshus NE30
    58. 58. dunshus push me NE30
    59. 59. Gan TS23
    60. 60. Gan to go TS23
    61. 61. What’s the craic? BT48
    62. 62. What’s the craic? What is going on? Have you any news? BT48
    63. 63. Ninety BT48
    64. 64. Ninety There are lots of things happening. BT48
    65. 65. barmcake BT3
    66. 66. barmcake white bread bun BT3
    67. 67. twitchel NG5
    68. 68. twitchel short footpath or side entrance NG5
    69. 69. Spelk TS24
    70. 70. Spelk splinter caught under the skin TS24
    71. 71. jitty LE2
    72. 72. jitty a narrow alley or footpath LE2
    73. 73. spoggs HD1
    74. 74. spoggs sweets HD1
    75. 75. essy cart ZE2
    76. 76. essy cart dust cart or dustbin lorry ZE2
    77. 77. ginnel HD1
    78. 78. ginnel narrow path or alley way HD1
    79. 79. frit NG31
    80. 80. frit frightened NG31
    81. 81. mither CW12
    82. 82. mither make a fuss CW12
    83. 83. skive CW12
    84. 84. skive truant or ‘skip’ school CW12
    85. 85. croggie NG4
    86. 86. croggie to give someone a lift on a bicycle NG4
    87. 87. mash NG4
    88. 88. mash to brew a cup of tea NG4
    89. 89. weak NN14
    90. 90. weak very NN14
    91. 91. dreckly TR2
    92. 92. dreckly at some time in the near future TR2
    93. 93. emmett TR2
    94. 94. emmett tourists TR2
    95. 95. siding the table SK6
    96. 96. siding the table clearing the table SK6
    97. 97. do you ken? FK1
    98. 98. do you ken? Do you care? FK1
    99. 99. Hy up DE7
    100. 100. Hy up Hello DE7
    101. 101. rammel DE7
    102. 102. rammel rubbish / not good DE7
    103. 103. owt FY4
    104. 104. owt anything FY4
    105. 105. where to you goyin? CF31
    106. 106. where to you goyin? Where are you going? CF31
    107. 107. Thank You! Many thanks to the following people to posted their words to me via Twitter: Doug Belshaw, Bev Evans, David Mitchell, GeoBlogs, Mark Clarkson, Tom Henzley, Helen Butterfield, Kevin McLauglin, Jack O’Toole, Adam Sutcliffe, Roger Neilson, Tony Fox, Sinclair Mackenzie, Jonathan Sim, Emma, Paul Martin, Janette Faulkner, Emma Barker, Tracey Gentle, Caroline Breyley, Bill Lord, Rachelala, Tim Rylands, Zoe Ross, Simon Widdowson, John Sutton, Anthony W, damoward, James Greenwood, Donna Hay, Rich Olyott, Tony Cassidy, David Terron, Ivan, LagganK, Dawn Hallybone, Kenny73, Tom Biebrach, Jim Maloney, Michael Fawcett, Ian Addison and Caroline Roche. Mark Warner
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