Air - Hair or Hare

Kerry – Curry

Ant ya - Arent you

Kets – Sweets

Ard – Hold

Knockie Off - Stolen

Arpast - Half Past

Laggy - Last

Aye – Yes

Lavvy – Toilet

Babbie – Baby

Leet - Light

Backie - Ride on the back of a bike

Leeta – Lighter

Baggsaye - Im first

Lens - Lend me

Barnsey - Barnes Park

Lot – with Chips (Gis a fish lot please)

Bate – Food at work

Mair – More

Blackie - Blackbird

Mak - Make

Blar- Blow

Marra – Friend or acquaintance.

Bogie - Go cart

Me Dar - Father

Bottla - One who bottles

Me Mar - Mother

Brickfast – Breakfast

Mitt - Hand

Bullets – Sweets

Nak – To hurt

Bunk - A leg up

Nakking – Hurting

Bussie - Bus Fare

Nakky – Hard

Caal Centa - Work

Nar - Know

Canny – Good or a lot

Narky – Turnip

Card – Cold

Nash – To go

Chabble – Table

Neen - None

Clag – Punch

Neet – Night

Claggy – Sticky

Nippa - Half a cigarette

Clammin – In need of

Nivva – Never

Clarts – Mud

Our lass- My partner

Clip – Slap or State

Our Youngun – My brother or sister

Clivva – Clever

Ow – Hey you!

Clout – To hit

Owa – Over

Compyewta – PC

Owt – Anything

Cuddy – Horse

P’nack – Stew

Dee – Do

Plainsy - Plains Farm

Dickie Hedgie - Hedge Sparrow

Plight - Mess

Dickie Radgie - To go mad

Propa – Proper

Dinnar – I don’t know

Pund – Pound

Dinnit – Don’t

Pyatt – Face

Dip – A Sandwich with gravy on

Quarter tee - Quarter to

Diz - Does

Reet – Right

Dizint - Doesn’t

Rund – Round

Dollin - Staying off school

Sand Dancer - Someone from South Shields

Doxy - Doxford Park

Sarmitch – A Sandwich

Dunsh - Hit hard

Scaddin – Hot

Eckeye - Very Good

Scoit – Skim a stone

Ee'yar - Here you are

Scran- Food at home

Efta – After

Scrunchins - Batter

Eliven – Eleven

Scudd - To hit a lot

Ellish - Topper

Scuddin - A good hiding

Endon - Hendon

Seg – Hob-nail

Erry – Hurry

Sell - Self

Ev - Have

Showlda - Shoulder

Eya – Here

Silky - Siksworth

Eyet – Eight

Single - A 10 pence fag off the icey

Fag – Cigarette

Siven – Seven

Farra - Farringdon

Skytie - Skylark

Fleein - Going Fast

Snar - Snow

Fower – Four

Songie - Song Thrush

Frozzen – Cold

Springa - Springwell

Fuggy - First

Spuggy - Sparrow

Fund - To Find

Stinka - Starling

Fust - First

Stottin - Raining hard

Fyass – Face

Stove – Crush

Gadgee- Bloke

Suddick – Southwick

Gan – Go

Summink – Something

Ganny – Grandma

T’neet – Tonight

Gans - Said (He gans to me)

Tak - Take

Ganzy – Jumper

Tark - Talk

Garn – Going

Telt - Told

Gis – Give Me

T'Githa - Together

Git – Very

The Leish - Leisure Centre

Gob – Mouth

Thorney - Thorney Close

Gowie – Chewing gum

T'marta – Tomato

T’morra - Tomorrow

Graa - To Grow

Toppa - Very good

Hadaway - Don’t be silly

Tunna - Tunstall Hill

Haway - Come on

Us – We

Heed – Head

Wad - Would

Hockle - Spit

Wadnt - Wouldn’t

Hods – Loads

Watta – Water

Hoy – Throw or Beer (As in ‘On the hoy’)

Wee’s – Whose

Hoyk - Throw

Wesh – Wash

Icey - Ice cream man

Willik – Winkle

ill - Hill (As in Tunna ill)

Wyliss – Radio

iya - Ouch

Yae – You

 

Yakka - Someone from a colliery village

 

Y'areet? - Are you allright?

 

Yaze - You's

 

Yem – Home

 

Yisterda – Yesterday