by Jimmy Notts
yyup midduck – Hello/ How are you.
Mek it g’bakkuds – Put it in reverse.
Innit cowd – It is rather chilly today.
Arkattit – Listen to the rain.
Wotsup? – Is anything amiss?
Gerroff – Please go away.
Oo worree wee? – Who was he with?
Worree wee iz-sen? – Was he alone?
Aya masht midduck? – Have you made the tea, dear?
Gizzarfonnitt – Please share it with me.
Wiggorn ev uz dinnuz – We are about to take lunch.
Y’alluz wanna gerra susstifikut – You should always obtain a certificate.
Aya gorra weeya? – Is your wife with you?
Ghee ovver – Please desist.
Atode im eekudd pleez izzen – The decision was his.
Yowl koppitt – I fear you will be in trouble.
Gerrup yo, elsal bat yatabb – Get up, or I may use violence.
Kanni cum anorl? – May I accompany you?
Thiz summat up wee im – I fear he may be ill.
Ez ee sed owt? – Did he say anything?
Ant yer gorrote? – Didn’t you get anything?
Ittle norrotcha – It is quite painless.
Yerwott? – I beg your pardon?
Gerrit dern yer – Eat up.
Ah’ve gone an dottied missen – I have soiled my hands.
Ayupp sorry – Hello there.
Did it fritten yer? – Were you alarmed?
Shurrup – Please be quiet.
Wottyer gerrin? – What purchases are you about to make?
Ah’ve podged missen – I have sufficient to eat, thank you.
Yant gorrenny woss, ayyer? – Has your condition deteriorated?
Sorl yer gerrin – That is your share.
Ah’ve ott missen – I am in considerable pain.
E dossent purriz ed under watter – He is afraid of swimming.
Ah don’t know nowt abaht it – I am innocent.
Gizzah swag – Please may I have a drink.
Yowl gerrovver it – You will recover.
Don’t knock yersen up – Do not distress yourself.
Gerroff om – Please leave us alone.
E wants sum ossmuck inniz boots – He is rather small in stature.
Gerrum yersen – Please help yourself.
Yowl kummorf wust – I fear you cannot win.
Am om – I have arrived home safely.
Ittim wiyer poss – Use your handbag for self-defence.
Ittle norrot note – It cannot harm anything.
Yer moant purrit ovver theyer – Please do not place anything there.
Izz not gooin ter wock terday – He has withdrawn his labour.
Tint woth it – It is hardly worthy of consideration.
Gizzit ere – Please pass it to me.
Will yer wacken yersen up? – It is time to arise.
Waira booza – Can you tell me where the hostelry