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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Texan_English

Texan English is the array of American English varieties spoken in Texas, primarily falling under the regional dialects of Southern and Midland American English ...

wanderwisdom.com/travel-destinations/Texasisms-A-Glossary-of-Texas-Speak

Aug 29, 2016 ... For example, should you choose to make Texas your travel .... Not to be confused with the English slang "place" meaning residence, as in "my ...

www.ranker.com/list/phrases-only-true-texans-understand/jacob-shelton

Howdy y'all, how well do you think you know your down home Texan slang? ... jump cowboy when it comes to the idiosyncrasies and nuances of Texas lingo?

www.quora.com/What-are-some-slang-terms-or-word-usage-unique-to-Texas-Dallas-area

I'm writing a book with a character from the Dallas area. I'd love to understand ... The dialect of Dallas stands within a transitional region between Inland Southern  ...

www.texasmonthly.com/the-daily-post/yall-norwegians-use-the-word-texas-as-slang-to-mean-crazy

Oct 20, 2015 ... In Norwegian, Texas is used as slang term. ... but apparently the word “Texas” is slang for “crazy” or “wild,” as in, “the end of the [whatever sport ...

www.texasmonthly.com/articles/more-colorful-texas-sayings

Come hell or high water, you'll want to read our compilation of down-home aphorisms.

www.texasmonthly.com/articles/texas-sayings

Forget that Roget fella—here in Texas we're more apt to consult Bubba's thesaurus. In Texas, folks aren't just rich—locals say they didn't come to town two to a ...

www.coolslang.com/in/texan

Talk Like a Texan. Texas colloquialisms and Texan Vocabulary.

moon.com/2014/01/texas-slang-and-twang-how-to-talk-like-a-texan

Jan 15, 2014 ... Texas boasts several accents within its own border, from the slowly stretched-out East Texas drawl, to border-hopping Spanglish known as ...

grammar.yourdictionary.com/slang/redneck-slang-words.html

Although rednecks and Southerners are not necessarily the same, redneck slang words are often considered Southern slang words. We'll look at the difference ...