Once had, however, they did not know what to do with same so 'potted' the lot amongst themselves, 'The Wackers'. Usage: 'Got these boss new trabs off me ma' for Christmas. Scouse saying: antwacky Usage: 'Our kid's clobber see 22 is proper antwacky. This simple dish is extremely tasty and nourishing, especially when taken with pickled cucumber and a glass of beer. And came with the Vikings! Another expression I have myself heard was a word for some 'shady dealings' as in 'jiggery pokery'. The dog-eared moggies from next-door Tear up the jigger fer an early fight. Let us know in the comments below! Alas dat Rose should vanish with me mate And leave them unpaid bevvies on de slate; With all dem fag ends, soaked beyond repair And all dem hours lost though minutes late.
South of the Mersey, Scouse spread very early to Birkenhead in the 19th century but much later to the rest of the Wirral. Beer - A fermented alcoholic beverage brewed from malt and flavored with hops. By history, I mean - pre 70s, before Liverpool had a footy team, apart from Everton. Labskaus Sailors dish, original recipe Boil a piece of fairly lean salt beef or equal quantities of beef and ham till soft and chop it into coarse pieces. Its been nice but I have to go now 'e orta he really should. He also noted that the means by which Scouse was so easily distinguished from other British accents could not be adequately summarised by traditional phonetic notation.
Impoverished - poverty-stricken, without money Scouse saying: skint, brassic. This is de translator thon ye 'av all been askin' for - finally we 'av given in! Plastic Scouser Liverpool is a maritime city in the north-west of England. Location of Merseyside within England Scouse ; also, in academic sources, called Liverpool English or Merseyside English is an and of English found primarily in the of , and closely associated with the city of. Either kind is eaten with red cabbage pickled in vinegar. If Irish consonant mutation is what led to lenition in Scouse, then why do we not see a similar pattern in actual Irish English accents? On top te fuck — A bad situation. There are of course new ones all the time as in the 'shoebox' a rather strange looking new 21st century on the Pier Head and the 'Lego 'ouse', a similar building.
Chinese sailors, Eastern Europeans, former slaves from the Caribbean all made their home here and all, undoubtedly, contributed to the linguistic melting pot that is Scouse today. He was a school teacher in Liverpool so understood the kids wonderfully. I am born and bred Liverpool but have worked on the dark side. London Check out da Ali G translator! Irish consonant mutation occurs primarily at the beginning of words, rather than the middle or end of words as in Scouse. Generic term to give grief Scouse saying: Down the banks, doing my head in, wrecking my head. Firstly here is Fritz Spiegel's explanation of what scouse actually is, from his mini book pronounced boook! You have been proved to be incorrect! The descriptives below and their meanings are from the 1960 era and before the wars. He also told me 'that ones skill increases proportionate to the demands of the boat' which I know to be absolute truth.
Its not the definitive list either - many werds are not wrote! Then again: In Bootle, in the 40s, 50s and early 60s only people from other than Liverpool called us Scousers whereas we referred to ourselves as 'Wackers'. Tocky — Toxteth district of the city. Meanwhile boil some potatoes in unsalted water and add a great quantity! These are original scouse expressions that survived into the 60s, in the main, and that's the best scouse. Swerve on it — Not bother with it. Unless you were taken to Sevvy Park.
Usage: 'Devoed, girl, I left me coat at home and it was proper baltic. Pier Head At Dawn Once full of ships, now mostly empty except for the Ferries and posh yachts and the odd cruise liners! They are used as a positive adjective such as 'it was sound' meaning it was good. This article has also been viewed 193,229 times. Ok - lets start with the lingo. Why not translate your phrase into a different dialect? I wanna I want to iddle do it will do I'le mug yer My treat! To spit Y'know like meaningless interjection Yer wha? Click on one of the other options on the left! It has been a major trade and migration port since the 18th century. Gizz or gizza meaning give me or give me a ……. Scouse saying: chocka, chocka block, rammed.
Get on her grid proper show. Selected Verses from The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyãm The Rubber Yacht of Omer Kayam Gerrup der la! But to limit any history of Scouse to the Irish does not do justice to the other migratory groups who have all contributed to the richness of this particular dialect. Up the duff pregnant 'edcase complete idiot, loony, mad Ee wont crack on He is ignoring us Ee yockered on me He spat at me Ee wuz gawpin' wid eyes like 'atpegs He looked surprised Ee's a gud skin An agreeable fellow Ee's a mush A stranger Ee lewks like de 'unchback of Knotty Ash Of a rather grotesque appearance Ere, tatty 'ead! However mutated consonants can occur at other points in a word. Gizalite Could you oblige me with a match please? There's no meat in my stew Ere's yer 'at, wur's de 'urry? Thanks to Paul Cotter for a shed load of werds - most of which I have put in. However, like the years of poverty, Scouse is now part of the history and the visitor to Liverpool will search in vain for a restaurant that serves Liverpool's own dish, although it is sometimes possible to find Irish Stew, a direct ancestor, on bills of fare.
Wooly is short for wooly back, as in a sheep. If anyone out der az an update fer me on new werds I wud be ferever grateful! I rewrote this, turning it into a form of alphabet, sort of! This is updated every day and is not to be missed! A bit of background info: most scouse teens are amazingly cool like and sound lad ; this will probably help in putting this guide into context. Scouse, unlike most dishes, which were derived from a place or origin, was born out of abject poverty. Plazzie scouser, person from The Wirral. Permit Me lugole The ear Lissen to 'is rantin He is knocking loudly Livin' over de brush Living in sin Luggy person with only one ear Loop de loop Soup lorra large amount loosie single cigarette Lolly Ice Frozen Fruit or flavoured juice on a stick made up pleased mate seems to have replaced wack, wacker Make yer name Walker, Wack Please go away marmalise beat up Muck in - yer at yer grannies Bon Appetit! You would never guess that just a few short miles separates the sometimes shrill, but usually mellow intonation of Scouse from the flat Lancastrian spoken in St Helens. Scaldy swimming hole, part of canal warm with industrial effluent Skippin' leckies Illicit riding on trams Slummy loose change So watch it kiddo, cus you couldn't punch you way out of a wet echo.
Do I hear you correctly? Shanks — The legendary Bill Shankly. Jonathan is a consummate Anglophile with an obsession for Britain that borders on psychosis. She tells me lah is the way you say a particular chinese punctuation character which gives additional emphasis - a bit like an exclamation mark, but in chinese proper I don't think you actually say it as we don't say 'exclamation mark'. To find some provenance you have to go back to the 19th century and the , when starvation resulted in the loss of around one million lives in Ireland. Without proper , you may see instead of characters. Usage: 'I'm taking me bird out later for some scran see 17.