Huddersfield Dialect

Addle            
Baht 
Bevvied             
Botch            
Brass             
Cal                 
Capt              
Causey
Chuffed          
Chunter        
Cut                 
Din                 
Do  
Dollop                
Donned up  
Fettle  
Flaggin          
Flit
Flummoxed               
Gainest         
Ginnil            
Jip                  
Knock on     
Koil Oil          
Kop                
Lake              
Lig 
Lug                 
Lurry             
Middlin         
Mullock
Mun  
Nobbet      
Okker                       
Olis                
Oss                
Owt               
Paand                       
Poise  
Reet           
Sluffed          
Sumpoil 
Tarra   
Thissen    
Throng         
Ummer         
Wappy         
Wassock      
Wit                
Wom    
Yam         
Yark

A reet ding dong
Od thi osses!
Pop thi clogs
Put wood i't'oil

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To earn
Without
Drunk
To do a job carelessly
Money
Gossip
Surprised
A pavement, footpath
Very excited
Grumble
Canal
Noise
A commotion, a lively time
Lump, piece
Dressed in one’s best clothes
To clean or set something in order
Getting tired
Move
puzzled
Nearest
A narrow passage between buildings
Pain, punishment
To get on with a job
Coal Place
Catch
To be idle
Lie down
Ear
A wagon
Moderate
Mess or muddle
Must
Only
To hesitate
Always
To stir; move, to begin
Anything
Pound (£1)
Kick
Right
Disappointed, distressed
Place to which surplus liquids flow
Goodbye
Yourself
Busy
Local word for Hell
Quick; a short cut
Daft
Common sense
Home
Home
To jerk; pull or snatch

A big argument
Wait a minute!
To die
Please shut the door