uk slang (west yorkshire)

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Last updated: February 21, 2018
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phrase
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mardy
moody
Flippin‘eck
bloody hell
gander
look
ginnel / snicket
allyway
Gi’oer
give over
Lug ‘oil
ear hole
Mithering
bothering
nowt
nothing
phrase
Answer
eeh by gum
oh my god
bog
toilet
ey up
hello
aye
yes
owt
anything
Put wood i’th’oil
close the door
tarn
town
3 Comments
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Level 48
May 1, 2019
A tarn is a small lake not a town and a snicket is not the same as an alleyway... Usually a snicket is a small narrow pathway that can be quite hidden away and is often only used by locals. That is probably not the best way it can be explained but alleyway is certainly not the right term. Path would be more appropriate if you are looking for a one word answer but honestly the only word that can properly describe a snicket is "snicket"
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Level 35
Jun 2, 2020
Making it case sensitive and not spelling 'alleyway' correctly is a bit ridiculous.
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Level 67
Feb 5, 2022
Would be good to accept some alternatives/type ins