Cockney Dictionary

Submitted by: oligarky 11 years ago Funny
http://www.rickwalton.com/cockney/slangtoe.htm

A dictionary of Cockney ryhming slang guv"nor.
There are 36 comments:
Female 491
Wooo the Isle of Wight! My friend lives there, I am from Southampton.
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Female 54
`Just Adam and Leave it`... The IT Crowd
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Male 93
I thought It looked like a redneck->english thing. I know I`ve heard uncle Floyd ask for an Abergavenny or tell me to Adam and Eve.
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Female 1,062
confusing
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Female 683
^^lol
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Female 1,397
Stupid americans. =)
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Female 492
I love the swear filter. <3
Cockney. :-D

I watched the original version of Alfie, and I had to put on the subtitles because I couldn`t understand half of what Michael Caine was saying. :-P

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Female 748
LOL... I love roosterney rhyming slang. My roomate is English and she uses it sometimes just because it`s so damn funny. Now I actually know quite a bit of it, which is weird since I live in MICHIGAN!
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Female 588
hey stephie, i know what you mean... but i think those phrases might have been an australian invention, rather than roosterney :) some kind of hilarious parody that somehow made its way into everyday speech :P
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Male 33
Strange. VERY strange. And full of confusion.

If your boss comes up to you and says `you`re fired`, how are you to know if he`s really firing you or just noting that you`ve been sleeping on your desk all week? Such a terrible prediciment.

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Female 207
awesomeness
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Female 412
We use some of those over her, gonna hit the frog n toad (road). Was looking for the dead horse (tomato sauce) but they didn`t have it on the list
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Male 106
I need a jive dictionary.
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Male 371
im from the US!!!!!!! my teacher makes fun of the scottish kid in our class for saying nixt
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Female 52
My dads a Londoner and he only sayd some of it! but its funny cos its kinda confusin!
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Male 851
well that certainly isn`t useful
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Female 157
hahar, hardly any1 from the US has posted
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Female 1,697
???
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Female 406
im sorry guys, im a southerner. i live on the isle of wight, its basicly a island of farms and old people. surfings great tho and everyone i no says `ar` alot
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Male 142
"Tommy Roller -- Collar" They don`t even sound alike!
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Female 882
ahh we have a book full of them, pretty boring really. and i`m not gonna big up whre i live.. coz its crap! in nottingham, people get shot everyday! woo! but it is the home of robin hood people...
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Female 321
holy crap , Co*kney!
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Female 321
well , I say..... WALES RULES!!!!!!! nd my mates dad is wierd n uses roosterney rhymin slang even tho he aint frm london , i mean Wots that all about?
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Male 2,216
I`m happier being in Manchester.
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Female 165
`fraid you are all worng, leeds is in fact the best place to live in the uk! Apart from Milton Keynes.
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Female 683
i live in edinburgh and its great
but there are LOADS of neds in scotland
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Male 179
Aye, Id rather be scottish then a londoner anyway ;)
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Female 683
lol^^
scotland rules
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Male 179
That were well gay, Stupid southern fairies
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Female 683
its a form of slang english spoken i parts of london. not many people do speak it and it sucks
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Male 914
what the crap!!??
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Female 102
^^^ wtf?!?!
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Male 2,372
So I goes in an talks wiv the geezah`s trouble. I find out straight away that she`s in a bit o` Barney.

I sez "Bullocks to that" an I was away dahn t` th German

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Female 1,603
wtf...
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Female 588
"shat on a turtle!"
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Male 190
Link: Cockney Dictionary [Rate Link] - A dictionary of Cockney ryhming slang guv`nor.
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