The top 20 Donny words that should be added to the dictionary

Yesterday we revealed that binge-watch was the word of the year according to the Collins English Dictionary.

Friday, 6th November 2015, 8:07 am
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Today, we focus on what we believe should be added to the dictionary from Doncaster...

Aye – meaning yes. “Aye lass, I’ll be down for tea in ten.”

Bray – meaning to hit someone. “I’m gonna bray you!”

Snicket - meaning a lane between houses.

Cock - a term of endearment.

Nah then - meaning hello. “Now then! How about a catch up over a pint?”

Monk on – meaning to be grumpy. “He got dumped last week so he’s got a monk on.”

Parky - meaning cold.

Allus – meaning always. “I allus wash behind me ears.”

Scran – meaning food. “I can’t wait to get some scran, I’m starvin’.” Cack-handed – meaning left handed. “No wonder ‘he can’t use tin opener properly, hes cack-handed.”

Bealin’ – meaning crying. “Stop beefin’ you big baby.”

Chelpin’ - meaning to continue complaining.

Mither - meaning to annoying or bother.

Be reyt – meaning it’ll be okay. “Don’t worry about her, she’ll be reight.”

Narky – meaning moody, sullen, sulky. “She’s narked off at sommat.”

Faffin’ – meaning messing about. “Stop faffin’ wi yer ‘air, it looks fine.”

Gip – meaning retch. “That reeks, it’s making me gip!”

Jammy – meaning lucky. “I passed my exam with 90% and didn’t even revise. How jammy am I?”

Maftin’ – meaning hot, clammy. “Open a window, it’s maftin’ in ‘ere.”

Radged – meaning angry. “He was radged about his shed being broken into.”

Mardy - meaning sulky and miserable. “He didn’t get his own way, so he was mardy.”

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