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Posted by arien617
Here's a list:

-20 bag (a 20 bag of marijuana/weed)
-ackers - (money/cash)
-ace - (amazing,great)
-ale 'ouse - (pub)
-ali - (barber/hair dresser)
-antwakky - (antique/old fashioned)
-are-eh - pronounced "R A" - A complaint of misfortune or unfairness (e.g. "are-eh, that's proper arlarse that!")
-ah rov'ih - out of it
-arlarse - (mean, unfair or crafty person or act, also 'arl')
-auld - (old)
-aul'fella - father
-bag'ead - (heroin addict) / In Ellesmere port, also refers to a marijuana user
-bail - (run away)
-bang - (Threaten to harm somebody, e.g. 'I'll bang you lad')
-base van (police cctv vehicle)
-beak - (cocaine/the judge)
-beast/beastie - (great/boss)
-bevvie/bevvy - (alcoholic drink)
-bevvied - (drunk)
-bezzy - (best)
-biddie - (woman (normally old))
-biff - (a poor person/idiot)
-bifta/bifter - (cigarette/splif)
-big girl's blouse (wimp [male])
-bill - (alone/on one's own e.g. 'I'm on my bill')
-bills - men's underpants.
-billy - (a loner)
-binnie - (binman)
-bizzies - (the police)
-blue-nose - a person who supports Everton Football Club
-blurt - (semen/idiot)
-boff - (fart)
-boss - (excellent)
-bombdy - Burnt out or wrecked buiding
-boxer - (coffin maker)
-brass - prostitute
-bute - (a smug self righteous know-it-all/snob)
-cackhanded - (inept person or left-handed person)
-casey - (leather football)
-chief - (thief)
-chiefed - (stolen)
-chin - (to beat someone up/damage something e.g. 'I'll chin ya!')(Can also be used to describe someone smoking a cigarette quickly e.g. 'I chinned that fag)
-class - (really good)
-cob on - (sulking / angry as in "He has a cob-on")
-come 'ed - (come on, contraction of "come ahead")
-cozzy - (costume, usually swimming-)
-dead - (really, e.g. 'dead smart')
-dipper - (pickpocket)
-divvy - (stupid person)
-do in - (to beat someone up/damage something e.g. 'I'll do you in!'/'I did in my back')
-do's - (marijuana - "come round to do the do's la")
-Doris - Old woman
-duff up - (beat up)
-enog - entry/alley way
-emmy oggie - (empty house)
-firebobby - (a fireman)
-flomp (to hang and drop off a wall by ulitlizing the full lengh of the arms to drop the shortest distance) (Birkenhead)
-freemans - (someone else paying for the ale)
-fit - (good looking)
-gary - (ecstasy [tablet]. Named after Gary Ablett)
-geg - (to interrupt or be nosey)
-get - (idiot, sometimes preceded with "dozey" or "dopey")
-get onto - have a look at
-gizza - (shortened form of the words "give me a...")
-gizzit - (give it to me, contraction of "give us it")
-gob - (persons face/to spit)
-go 'ed - (shortened form of "go ahead", "go on", or "ok then")
-gozzie/gozzing - cross eyed/looking
-grid - (mouth or face "the ball hit me in the grid")
-gripped (to be caught doing something)
-grock - (Phlegm. Also a large intimidating person)
-head - (someone who is physically tough. Also used as a suffix to anything, usually describing characteristics e.g. 'you mad'ead')
-in a bit - (goodbye)
-is right - (an expression of support/approval/agreement)
-jarg/jay'go - (fake, awful)
-jigger - (back alley of a house. Also: on social security benefit/Giro "Im getting me Jigger on monday lerd")
jigger rabbit - (a cat)
-joey - (an idiot)
-judy - (young woman)
-judy scuffer - (a policewoman)
-kecks - (underpants or trousers)
-knackers - (testicles)
-khazi - (toilet)
-kidda - (lad, mate)
-la - (lad, friend)
-latchlifter - (price of half a pint of ale)
-laughin' - (good)
-'leccy - (electric)
-leg it - (run away)
-legger - (chase from somebody)
-luzz - (throw)
-ma - (mother)
-made up - (happy/pleased)
-Manc (offensive way of describing someone from Manchester) e.g (the dirty Manc)
-Mashed - (drunk/ can also mean beaten up)
-meff/muppet - (idiot)
-Nev - (Netherly)
-nob'ead - (idiot [offensive])
-oller - piece of wateland
-on toes - to run
-oh met - (Astonishment e.g. 'oh met did you see that la')
-our kid - Sibling (to refer to a brother or a sister)
-ozzie/ozzy - (hospital)
-penguin house - (a convent)
-ponker (puncture) (Birkenhead)
-pure - (meaning really, or a lot, e.g. 'I was pure embarrassed lerd'. Sometimes pronounced 'Pee-arr' e.g. 'That's pee-arrly jarg la')
-privvy - (the toilet)
-Red - a supporter of Liverpool Football CLub (e.g. "I'm a Red")
-Scally/Scal - (sub grouping of youths, similar to chav, shortened from scallywag meaning 'mischievous youth')
-scatty - (dirty/disgusting)
-scone 'ead - (idiot)
-scran - (food)
-scrat end - (Burnt chips)
-scruff/screff - (a poor person who doesnt wear good clothes)
-scuffer - (a policeman)
-shady - (dubious, unfair)
-sketchy - (dodgy)
-skinny - (sly/unfair)
-sloobag - (promiscuous person)
-smart - (great, brilliant)
-snaff - (a lie, a snaffer is someone who tells tale tales)
-Snaff - (multiplicitous)
-soft lad - (idiot - a term of endearment or aggression depending on context)
-sound - (good, well, I agree)
-sort (see do's)
-sly - (devious, nefarious, sordid e.g 'That's sly that')
-spends - (money)
-spoon - (To kick a ball badly, to make a mistake)
-swede - (A person's head e.g 'He is doing my swede in')
-swerve - (to avoid e.g "swerve tha lad")
-ta - tar (thank you)
-takey (a lift on someones bike)
-tatty'ead - (somebody with an objectionable/scruffy haircut)
-tocky - (toxteth)
-togger - footy
-tod - (alone/on one's own e.g. 'I'm just on my tod')
-trainies/trabs - (sports footwear)
-twirlie/twirly - (a female pensioner, a contraction of the question "Am I too early?" - asked of the bus driver, referring to the use of a free bus pass at off-peak times.)
-tax - (to steal e.g. 'I taxed it')
-us - (me)
-web - (kick "web it lad")
-west - (peculiar/unusual/mad)
-whopper - (prone to exaggeration)
-whip up - (trip someone up "he whiped me up lerd"
-Wool/Woollyback - (Non-Liverpudlians living in areas surrounding Liverpool)
-wrecks (to hurt/cause discomfort e.g. 'That's wreckin' my head')
-yews/youse - (plural version of "you")
-The lad - (as in "Alright the lad", in place of name)
-Walter - Old man
-web (punch e.g ill web ya lad)




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Posted by masseur
lol, ok, how about aussie lingo

Akubra - Brand of typical Aussie hat
Aggro - Aggressive
A kangaroo loose in the top paddock - Mentally deranged
Amber Nectar/Amber Fluid - Beer
Ambo - Ambulance or Ambulance Officer
Ankle-biter - infant/child
Are you having me on? - I do believe you're trying to trick me
Arvo - Afternoon
Aussie - Australian
Aussie salute - Using hand to wave away annoying flies
'Ava go ya mug - Are you perhaps incapable of performing this act?
Back of Bourke - used to describe anywhere far away, also a far Northern NSW town in the Outback.
Bananabender - Person from the state of Queensland (Queenslander)
Barbie - Barbecue, the backyard barbie, an Australian institution!
Bargain - Exclamation showing approval
Barney - Arguement,fight
Bathers (Victoria) - swimmingg attire
Battler - Someone who struggles to get by, financially, against the odds
Beaut - Beautiful, good - "You beaut!" (also 'Bewdy')
Berko - Go berserk, mad, crazy
Betcha - I bet you!
Big bikkies - Lots of money
Big smoke - The city
Big sticks - Australian Rules football goal posts
Bignote - A bighead
Bikie - Motorbike rider
Bikkie - Biscuit
Billabong - Waterhole
Billy - Tin used to boil water for tea, in the bush
Bingle - Car accident
Bit of a brothel - A mess!
Bitser - Mongrel;'Bitser this, bitser that!'
Bizzo - Business
Black Stump - Non-specific place in the outback
Bloke - Aussie male
Bloody oath! - I'm in total agreeance with you
Blotto - So drunk beyond the capacity to stand up
Blow-in - Newcomer
Blowie - Blowfly (huge fly)
Bludger - Lazy person
Blue - Argument, fight
Blue Heeler - Term for an Australian Cattle Dog
Bluey - A redhead! Or a swag
Boardies - Board shorts (for surfing or swimming)
Bonza - I think that's great!
Boofhead - Idiot
Boomerang - Scheme which backfires on you; originating from the Aboriginal weapon made from a curved piece of wood which returns when thrown in the air
Booze - Alcohol, normally beer!
Booze bus - Police vehicle used in Random Breath-Testing of drivers
Bottleo - Bottleshop/liquor store
Bozo - Idiot
Brekky - Breakfast
Brissie - Brisbane, Capital of Queensland (Also Brizzie)
Brownnose - A creep or crawler
Brumby - A wild horse
Buckley's - No chance!
Buck's night - Stag party
Bunyip - Mythical Australian creature with a piercing cry
Bush Telegraph - 'Grapevine', word-of-mouth
Bush tucker - Food gathered from nature, in the outback
Bushwalking - Hiking in the bush
Bust a gut - Work hard
Cancer stick - A cigarette
Catch some Zeds - sleep
Cheerio - goodbye, "see ya later"!
Chock-a-block - Nothing else can fit in
Choof off - Leave, depart
Chook - Chicken, term of affection, 'Chooky'
Chuck - To throw up, or be sick
Chuck a spaz - Be angry (Also 'chuck a mental')
Chuck a U-ie - Make a U-turn
Chunder - The delicate art of regurgitation, throw up
Cobber - Mate, friend
Cockie - Cockroach or Cockatoo
Coldie - An ice-cold beer
Compo - Worker's Compensation pay
Convo - Conversation
Cooee - A call used to find someone lost in the bush
Cool Bananas - Everything's great, fine!
Cop out - Give up or in
Cozzies (NSW) - swimming attire/costumes
Couch Potato - Person who watches TV for long periods of time!
Country mile - A great distance
Cow juice - Milk
Crash out - Go to sleep
Crash hot - Wonderful, the best
Crim - Criminal
Croc - Crocodile
Crock - Nonsense, rubbish
Crook - Ill, sick (or thief)
Croweater - Person from South Australia
Crumblies - Elderly parents
Cuppa - Cup of tea
Cushie - To have it easy
Dag - Idiot, or unfashionable person, wearing 'daggy' clothes / hairstyle (from sheep poo stuck to it's wool = dags)
Daks - Men's trousers
Damper - Bread made from flour and water on a campfire in the bush
Dead horse- Sauce/tomato sauce
Deadbeat - Tired
Dead cert - Definite, certain
Deadhead - Good-for-nothing person
Deadset - Truthful
Don't come the raw prawn - I don't believe you
Dero - Homeless person, derilict, hobo
Didgeridoo - Aboriginal musical instrument made from a hollowed log
Digger - Australian soldier (usually WW1 vets)
Dill - Idiot
Dinkie-Di - Genuine, honest
Dipstick - Stupid person
Dob in - Inform on someone (Dobber = Informant)
Doco - Documentary
Docs - Doctor Marten boots, popular in Australia especially amongst young people
Doona - Duvet, quilt
Doozey - Something nice or pleasing
Down Under - Referring to Australia or the South Pacific region
Drongo - A rather dimwitted person
Duds - Trousers
Dunny - Toilet, referring to the old outdoor unplumbed variety
Earbash - Non-stop chatter
Esky - Insulated cooler box
Facial-Fungus - Moustache or beard
Fair go - Reasonable chance
Fair Dinkum - Of course I'm telling the truth
'Fess up - Confess, own up
Fireie - Fire fighter
Five-finger discount - Act of sshoplifting
Flannie - Flannette shirt
Fleabag - Term for the family dog (non-pedigree)
Footy - Regional term for either Australian Rules Football (AFL), or Rugby League.
Fossil - Geriatric, old person
Franger - Condom
Freddo Frog - Small frog-shaped chocolate bar for children
Freebie - Something that costs nothing
Fruit loop - Idiot
Full-on! - Expression of approval or surprise; intense
Fun-bags - Breasts
Galah - Noisy, rude person, like the squawking bird from the parrot family of the same name.
Garbo - Garbageman, refuse collector, bin-man
G'Day mate - Pleased to make your aquaintance
G'Donya mate - I'm proud of you my friend
Give it a Burl - Attempt, try
Gonna Bail - Depart or leave
Good nick - Good condition
Googy or goog - Egg
Go on - I'm not entirely convinced you know what you're talking about
Grog - What you get blotto with...alcohol
Grog shop - Licensed outlet selling alcohol
Grommet - Young surfer
Grotty - Run-down, dirty
Grouse - fantastic, excellent, very good, cool!!
Grumblebum - Complainer
Gumsucker - Person from Victoria State
Gurgler - Plughole
Half your luck! - Congratulations!
Heave - To vomit
Hooley-dooley - Expression of suprise
Hoo-roo - Good-bye
Howya goin? - May I enquire about your welfare?
Howzat!? - What do you think about this one?
Idiot box - Television
I'm Bushed - I'm Tired
I reckon - I'm in total agreement with you
Jackaroo - Cattle or Sheep Station-hand
Jaffa - Orange-flavoured chocolate ball, with hard orange coating, traditionally rolled down the cinema aisle!
Jaffle iron - Camping tool, used to make a toasted sandwich
Jocks - Mens underpants
Joe Blow - Mr. Average
Joey - Baby Kangaroo
Jolly green giant - $100 notte, green in colour
Journo - Journalist
Jugs - Breasts
Jumbuck - Young sheep
Just joshin' - Just kidding
Kark it - Die
Kindy - Kindergarten
Kiwi - A New Zealander
Knock - to Criticise
Knockers - Breasts
Knuckle sandwich - A punch in the face (bunch of fives)
Larrikin - Playful person
Lay-by - Store system of paying for goods in instalments
Lingo- Language
Lippie - Lipstick
Liquid laugh - Vomit
Liquid lunch - Drinking beer at lunchtime
Maccas - A well-known fast-food chain, McDonald's
Mainlander - Person from Australian mainland to a Tasmanian
Mate - Friend
Metho - Methylated Spirits
Mexican - person from Victoria (state)
Middy - Glass of beer, 285ml or 10oz, in NSW/ACT & WA
Milko - Person who delivers milk
Moon tan - Pale-skinned person
Mozzie - Mosquito
Muck-up day - Last day of High School, a day of pranks and mischief!
Narky - Upset, moody
Neato - Excellent
Never Never - Remote outback place or term for hire purchase agreement
No Bull - It's the truth!
No kidding - I wouldn't lie to you
No worries - Leave it to me, I'll fix everything - It's OK, everything's fine!
Nong - Idiot
Norks - Breasts
Nude nut - Bald head, or very short haircut
O.S. - Overseas
Ocker - A Yob, common person
Old Cheese - Mother
Old Girl - Mother
Old Lady - Wife
Old Man - Father, or husband
Olds/Oldies - Parents
On the nose - Smelly
Onya - Good for you!
Pash - Kiss, 'Pash-on'
Pav - Pavlova-Australian desert; a meringue base with fruit and cream topping
Pavement pizza - Vomit
Perve - Lustful gaze
Petrolhead - Car enthusiast
Piccy - Picture
Pissed - Inebriated, drunk
Pissed off - Very very annoyed
Pinnie - Pinball machine
Play sillybuggers - Waste tiime, mess around
Plonk - Cheap wine
Pokies - Poker machines, slot or fruit machines
Pollie - Politician
Pommie - Term used to describe an English person
Pong - bad smell
Postie - Person who delivers mail
Pot - Glass of beer, 285ml or 10oz, in QLD & VIC; or marijuana
Pozzie - Position, seat
Preggers - To be pregnant
Prezzie - A present, gift
Pullya head in - You may be correct in your assertion but shut up!
Pushie - Pushbike, bicycle
Rack Off! - Your presence is no longer required
Rego - Registration
Rellies - Relatives
Retread - Person who returns to work after retiring
Revhead - car enthusiast/someone who drives fast
Ridgy-didge - Genuine, honest
Ring-in - An outsider, non-local or regular at a club or pub
Road-train - Long semi-trailer used to transport livestock over great distances
Roids - Steroids
Rollie - Hand-rolled cigarette
Roo - Kangaroo
Root - To have intercourse
Rottie - Rottweiller dog
Rubber-necker - Tourist or nosey person
Rugged up - Dressed in warm clothes
Rugrat - Crawling baby
Salad Dodger - Overweight person
Salvo - Salvation Army worker
Sandgroper - Person from Western Australia (State)
Sanger - Sandwich
Schooner - Large glass of beer, 425ml in NSW/ACT,NT & WA
Scratchie - Instant lottery ticket
Semi - Semi-trailer
Servo - Service, petrol/gas station
Sheila - General slang term for an Aussie female
She'll be right mate - This sittuation will turn out fine my friend
Shoot through - Leave (especially husband walking out on wife)
Shout - Round of beer/drinks
Shrapnel - Small change, coins
Sickie - Paid day off work, usually not due to illness; "I'm gonna chucka sickie tomorra"
Singlet - Sleeveless t-shirt or vest
Slab - Tray of beer, usually 24 cans
Sleep-out - Rear porch of house converted to extra bedroom
Smoko - Workbreak, to have a cigarette, or cup of tea/coffee
Snag - Sausage
Sook - Crybaby
Spag Bol - Spaghetti Bolognaise
Sparkie - Electrician
Sparrow's fart - Dawn
Speedos - Men's (tight) swimming pants
Spewing - Very upset, really mad! (also vomit)
Spin a yarn - Tell a story with exageration
Spit the dummy - Uncontrollably upset
Spunky - Good-looking,'hot'!
Sprogs - Offspring, children
Squiz - Have a look at
Stickybeak - Nosey person
Straight-up - Truthful, honest
Strewth! - I don't believe it!
Strife - Trouble
Strine - Australian lingo
Stubbies - Men's shorts or bottles of beer
Stubby Holder - Insulated holder to keep beer cool
Stuffed - Worn out, tired
Sucked in - Duped, conned
Sunnies - Sunglasses
T.A.B. - Totalisator Agency Board - betting shop
Take it easy mate - Don't puunch me
Tassie - Tasmania
Techie - Technician
Thingo - The word you substitute the name of something or someone you've forgotten!
This arvo - This afternoon
Thongs - Rubber sandals, flip-flops
Thunderbox - Toilet
TimTam - Chocolate sandwich biscuit, coated in chocolate. YUM!
Tinnie - Can of beer, or aluminium boat
Togs (Queensland) - Swimmingg attire
Top-ender - Person who lives at the top end of the Northern Territory
Trackie-daks - Tracksuit trousers
Treadly - Bicycle
Troppo - Slighty mad, from being in the sun too long
Truckie - Truck driver
True blue - Genuinely Australian
Tucker - Food
U-ie - U-turn
Uggies - Ugg boots-sheepskin boots or slippers, made of sheepskin
Undies - Underwear
Unreal! - Excellent!
Up yourself - Inflated ego
Ute - Utility van with tray top, used by tradesmen (pick-up truck)
Vegemite - Yeast spread; An acquired taste, useful hangover cure!
Veg out - Relax, lie like vegetables (usually in front of the TV!)
Vegies - Vegetables
Walkabout - Disappeared, gone on long walk
Westie - Person from Western suburbs of Sydney
Whadayawant? - Might I enquire about your needs? p;
Wharfie - Dock-worker
Whinge - Complain
Wanna rage? - Would you like to drink vast amounts of alcohol with me until we both drop? Or Let's Party!
Windbag - Chatterbox or moaner
Within cooee - Close by, in hearing distance
Wog - An illness, such as the flu
Woop Woop - Back of beyond, middle of nowhere
Yakka - Hard work
Yarn - Have a chat, to tell a story
Yobbo - Loudmouth, uncouth person
Yodel - Vomit
You little bewdy - I think you're/it's wonderful
You little bottler - You're tthe best
You little ripper - Words off praise fail me
You pong - Dear me, we do smell don't we
Your shout - If you value your well being you should buy the next round of drinks
Zonked- Exhausted


Posted by arien617
@masseur

A sticky maybe?

Posted by BobaFett
u rember the fosters beer adv?

"how to speak australian?"

i loved the remore control

Posted by masseur
@arien617, I do like an optimist

Posted by axxxr
masseur you missed Yught or is it Yoot?

Posted by masseur
well, that was a cut and paste job but I really haven't heard those

any idea what they mean?

Posted by axxxr
Think it means a Pick-up truck or 4X4?




Posted by masseur
ah! you mean UTE! as in utility vehicle

oops! sorry arien617, didn't mean to take over the thread but thanks for changing the title

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[ This Message was edited by: masseur on 2007-03-29 21:16 ]

Posted by axxxr
Thats the one!

Didn't know how to spell that!



Posted by BobaFett
any irish ppl online?

http://www.irishslang.co.za/irisha_m.htm

http://www.irishslang.co.za/irishn_z.htm


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