Mark, Plymouth Although not a Plymouthian by birth, I now have the pleasure of living around such people and hearing them converse with one another. The inot 'buhy' can still be heard when addressing a 'boy.
Mike Simms - Ottery St. I used to hear this a lot in the 60's when I started in dental practice in Exeter and wondered what my patients were doing with a snake in their mouth! DOUG from Hampshire I don't know why, but this morning I was checking out a word my wife uses to describe something smoking a lot like bacon or wood. The word is smeeching. So I looked it up on Seattle male looking for female into bbc and found your site.
It's probably old English. Also the word bint is arabic for girl and was probably imported into England by sailors who had visited foreign ports in exotic parts or maybe the other way round. David James - ex Torquay biey my grandfather from Dartmouth always greeted me by saying "ello mackeral"!
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Feed gangway in shippon. Slate stone roadway laid on edge. Where I used to live in South Hams the accent is also on the decline. For me the most authentic Devonian accent, if such a thing exists is found in the countryside of mid devon or west dartmoor.
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Classic, rest in peace Keith. Steve - Birmingham, ex Paignton It still suprises me when people 'up country' don't understand the simple expression - 'Where to? Also what about pet names.
For example my Dad, a Plymouthian always says 'Me Luvver' and if you say that to someone not from the area esp to another man people think it's a bit odd. Jane - Glastonbury don't know if it counts as a devon word but my grandfather from somerset calls foreigners meaning anyone not local 'grockles'. Debbie Harris- Cullompton i love the old dialect, i love listening to it and i will do everything to make sure not all of it dissapears!!!
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My ol' Dad had a number of sayings which I've only ever heard in Devon. Ted Hewlett, British Columbia, Canada I think what follows is my last contribution mald memories of my grandmother's Devon sayings in dialect, heard via my father. I don't remember being told any more. Apparently a villager living by himself had--like others in the same situation-- acquired the habit of conversing with himself.
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Toni, Plymouth I think the problem with finding true devon words and sayings is that going to school in devonport in the 70's and 80's we had a lot of children from naval families who were from elsewhere, but we used to use 'mitching off', and we used to get 'done' for it!
We used to play 'Urkey' hide and seek. Is 'you gert lummock' a devon saying? And lost the habit myself. Jan ex- Okehampton now Florida; I hope you're wrong about the Calling all Austria lovers and aos members Lundun accent; I live here, and it's awful to hear! James Parr This is not so much a sying. You wont notice you say it unitl you meet someone from outsie of Devon.
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Rural communities were always isolated and so these words and phrases 'stuck' They will fade as TV spreads the ubiquitous SarfLundun accent nationwide. More parrr to thee elbo, boi!
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