black country translator

sated, glutted remains left after rendering lard, seat (Thanks to Rex Basterfield for this one), Black Country delicacy - pork rind deep fried, pinching fruit (usually apples) from someone's orchard, Shop (Thanks to Mick Roberts for this one), Motor Coach - derived from char-à-banc (Drawn wagon) (Thanks to Rex Basterfield for this one), Shut up, be quiet. The dialect of the Black Country area remains perhaps one of the last examples of early English still spoken today. Faces as in Pullin' maygrums = Pulling faces. meaning to shiver with cold, or to hesitate. small possessions, bits and pieces, paraphernalia, precious possessions. (Cinema), "To suck a boiled sweet and rattle it in ones teeth". This "dictionary" is Black Country in general and not particularly Sedgley in origin. The dialect of the Black Country area remains perhaps one of the last examples of early English still spoken today. It was especially useful for finding the interesting and funny bits of jargon like "bean master" for "chef" and "barking at a knot" for "wasting one's time". Eg. Thanks to David Holloway of Canberra, AUS for this one, before possibly from Afore (Thanks to Rex Basterfield for this one), as in belly ache, stomach ache etc.

(, Balloon (Thanks to Sean Percival of Oldbury). In the Industrial Revolution, it became one of the most industrialised parts of Britain with coal mines, coking, iron foundries and steel mills producing a high level of air pollution. Local dialect was (and probably still is to a lesser degree) quite distinctive between the different towns and villages of the Black Country Nerves - as in 'Yow'm gerrin' on me wick.' Unfortunately the polo was not the one I ordered which is an easy mistake to make but the service I got to correct this was brilliant. hesitate, eg "Stop yer ivverin' an' ovverin' an' get on wi'it", Early morning.

See ya this safta. First published on Sun 17 Nov 2013 19.30 GMT. That thought is picked up on the superb Sedgley Manor website, which gives a dictionary featuring such gems as "bunny-fire" (bonfire), "clack" (eg "Stop your clack!" That's why Brummies call people like me (born in Wolverhampton, raised in Sedgley, although later schooled in Solihull, and suffering a Proustian rush every time I think about the nocturnal vista of flaming blast furnaces I saw when I sat on my nan's back step in Wednesbury) Yam Yams. (Thanks to Ann Tether of Herefordshire, ex-Wolverhampton for this one), Forehead (thanks to Paul Bowdler for this one). Throat. .

Shortened version of "this afternoon." (Thanks to Mick Roberts for this one), "Hav yo no nous?"

The street. But we probably didn't put it quite like that. meaning to shiver with cold, or to hesitate. This matters because a primary school in Halesowen has banned pupils from using "gonna", "woz", "it wor me" and other purportedly yam-yammy locutions in the classroom in order to improve their grasp of standard English and, thereby, employability.

This "dictionary" is Black Country in general and not particularly Sedgley in origin. Riffy-Another word for dirty, no-one likes a riffy git! Doubtless they will gain in terms of employability and job security as their headteacher and MP hope, but they risk losing a cherishable and irreplaceable heritage as well. And this site has a tonne of info on the southern accent which was very very useful, so thanks to the writer and the people who volunteered their voices for the study. I'm going to link you to this page again, because it really shows the beauty of the southern-style accents. (Thanks to Jim Asman of Dudley for this one), my husband, my son, my daughter, often used by women to denote member of family, Slice of bread or a sandwich, often spread with jam or dripping, to push in when queuing (Thanks to Mick Roberts for this one), pick, as in pick up (Thanks to Mike Dickens for this one). The Black Country is an area of the West Midlands in England, north and west of Birmingham, including Dudley, Walsall and Sandwell. (Thanks to Rex Basterfield for this one), Useless, hopeless (as in "He's a yampy player). From the Anglo-Saxon "Wencel" meaning child. Raining (thanks to Pip Taylor of Redditch for this one). Add to basket. The street. (Thanks to Rex Basterfield for this one), Useless, hopeless (as in "He's a yampy player). "Get out the hoss road!" eg. Eg.

Raining (thanks to Pip Taylor of Redditch for this one). English . (Thanks to Zoë Miller from Cradley Heath), eat (Thanks to Zoë Miller from Cradley Heath), against, next to, eg "The housen anunst hisen", Backwards (thanks to Paul Bowdler for this one), a truce. I took a lot of inspiration from the southern/texas accent so hopefully those accents are similar to the old west accent. ie "Shut up! "There's an enormous sense of humour in the way Black Country people speak," said Kennedy.

It is both of those things: "Ow bist" (How are you? There is also a brief history of the Black Country dialect and the region as a whole. Good quality products as usual, quick delivery and bostin customer service :-), Your Rate Custom garment printers & promoters of Black Country culture. The act of flirting, charming and pursuing wenches. Type English in the left box (desktop) or top box (mobile), or type some Black Country in the right box (desktop) or bottom box (mobile). (Thanks to Mick Roberts for this one), Food, commonly lunch taken by a working man, Nose (Thanks to Rex Basterfield for this one), Sparrows (Thanks to Richard Clark for this one), sewer or drain, eg "Down the suff" - down the drain, Sweets, (candy to the Yanks, lollies to the Aussies), sweets (Thanks to Zoë Miller from Cradley Heath), a heavily built woman, used in a semi-humorous sense, improvement in the weather, eg "It'll tack up tonight", to resemble, look like physically, mentally, or emotionally, a few, two or three, always used as a noun preceded by "a", group of three, used only in the card game of Cribbage, Sandwich filling, “Bread and to it” (Thanks to Rex Basterfield for this one). "Weem gooin out tonight" - We're going out tonight. (, Balloon (Thanks to Sean Percival of Oldbury). ), am not, eg "I bay gooin' ter tell yow agen", Belly, stomach (Thanks to Zoë Miller from Cradley Heath), a broom of birch, also playfully used to refer to a pert young woman, been, have been, are, have I bin affirmative reply to question, aren't, opposite of Bist. Past history will be cleared during this upgrade, so make sure to save translations you want to remember for ease of access later. which (thanks to Syd Goring for this one), We are. (Thanks to Mick Roberts for this one), Food, commonly lunch taken by a working man, Nose (Thanks to Rex Basterfield for this one), Sparrows (Thanks to Richard Clark for this one), sewer or drain, eg "Down the suff" - down the drain, Sweets, (candy to the Yanks, lollies to the Aussies), sweets (Thanks to Zoë Miller from Cradley Heath), a heavily built woman, used in a semi-humorous sense, improvement in the weather, eg "It'll tack up tonight", to resemble, look like physically, mentally, or emotionally, a few, two or three, always used as a noun preceded by "a", group of three, used only in the card game of Cribbage, Sandwich filling, “Bread and to it” (Thanks to Rex Basterfield for this one).

1886-1970 "It's a very playful and very old language.". (Thanks to Mick Roberts for this one), spilled/spilt (Thanks to Mike Dickens for this one), to spill a liquid (Thanks to Mike Dickens for this one), Shake, shaking - (Thanks to Mike Dickens for this one), Smash. ", to spit, or the mouth itself, eg "Shut yer gob" or "'Er's got a right gob on 'er", go, eg "Am yow gooin' ter the flics?" 1.

Sarah YATES (nee MILLARD) See ya this safta. = Get out of the way!

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