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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hey,_Rube!

"Hey, Rube!" is a slang phrase most commonly used in the United States by circus and traveling carnival workers ("carnies"), with origins in the middle 19th ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geek_show

Geek shows were an act in traveling carnivals and circuses of early America and were often part of a larger sideshow. The Online Etymology Dictionary give the following for "geek": "sideshow freak," 1916, U.S. carnival and circus slang, perhaps a variant of geck "a fool, ...

www.goodmagic.com/carny/c_a.htm

In Australian slang today, an outhouse is a "dunny". Doors — Call meaning the house is open to the public. Downtown Wagon — A circus wagon featuring a ...

goodmagic.com/carny/index.htm

You can dip into this glossary to seek individual terms, but you can also read it as a whole, using it as a detailed guide to the carnival/sideshow/circus/vaudeville ...

www.circusesandsideshows.com/Lingo.html

Circus lingo and slang. Showpeople on circuses and carnivals have a special language. Don't be a ( First of May ),learn the terms used on circuses.

www.hobonickels.org/circus.htm

As in any close group, Circus lingo evolved from convenience and daily usage. ... Advance Men - Men who go into towns ahead of the circus to put up heralds ...

filmwaterforelephants.wordpress.com/bigtop/circus-lingo

Jun 19, 2010 ... I thought it would be useful to have a glossary of Circus terms on the WFE film blog. Director Francis Lawrence has used a few of these words in ...

www.circopedia.org/Glossary

(French) The line of uniformed artists and assistants who, in the old equestrian circus, stood at attention at the ring entrance to assist their fellow performers if ...

www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Circus

"We will take you to the damn circus if you continue to act out, Jimmy." "Sally went to ... "Sammy and Jimmy went to the circus and were mauled by an elephant.".