This is a select list of Cornish dialect words in English—while some of these
terms are obsolete ... Backalong - in former times; Bal - a mine (in use after the
year 1800, from Cornish languag...
This is just a small example of the period slang of the 19th century that you would
... 1830: He kept a kind of hotel and grocery store, all on one stick, as we say. .....
1800: [In Philadelphia, Noah Webster) will find the London Cockneyisms ......
1855: You used to hear brother Joseph tell about this people being crowded into
Jul 21, 2014 ... Want to brush up on your historical sexy slang? ... to get down and dirty, they
might say they were playing at couch quail, ... The oral and anal chart starts in the
late 1500s, though it gets far more crowded in the 20th century.
Abb. rhyming slang, from Rabbit and Pork. ... rammed, Adj. Very crowded, busy.
E.g."It ... From the rhyming slang raspberry tart meaning 'fart'. .... [Late 1800s] 2.
Dictionary of Slang and Colloquial English. ... In Scarborough, some natives now
say the cake comes down from the pretender Simnel, who ..... The appalling
charivari nightly drew crowds to the Alhambra ; but the excitement did not last
The magazine began in the late 1800s as a publication for the bill-posting ... you
might wander by and say this just to mess up your buddy's 'score', as a joke. ...
you get crowds from the time you open at 9am till closing at midnight or after, ...
Aug 12, 2011 ... Kareem from Tres Unidos said, "I've heard some people say, 'Yo, I'm going ... our
words when we use slang, somebody probably said tha to a white reporter, ....
See also Larry Niven's 1970's tales of 'flash crowds', where crowds can .... In the
1800's use of "flash mob", It ...
May 9, 2012 ... My dear old mum used to say I had a “boat wot looked like a bucket of smashed
crabs” and it was enough to “scare kids away. ... Basically ugly as owt (=ugly as
anything; geordie slang) ...... quite a throng here (busy, crowded)
The Australian love of slang is perhaps unparalleled anywhere in the world,
adding a ... Aussie Lance Brooker writes, "I must say as someone from the 'east'
there really ...... The large crowds that sometimes gather are usually drinking and
..... were brought to Australia in the 1800s as a prison workforce to build the
Its tone, lilt, and slang are indigenous to this city and reflect its ethnic history ...
New Orleanians throughout the city give meaning to and pronounce certain ....
cups, and doubloons tossed from the floats to the crowds during Mardi Gras