noun. informal Scottish. A wild, crazy, or violent person.
What does Scottish word Radge mean?
radge in British English
(rædʒ ) Scottish dialect. 1. angry or uncontrollable.
Is Radge slang?
As well as being radge, you can also go radge: a prolific, sustained bout of swearing or a violent outburst ought to do it. It’s also used as a casual term of endearment, predominantly in the east coast (“come here, ya wee radge.”). A seemingly improbable event can also be described as being “radge”.
What does Radge mean in Geordie?
adjective Geordie, Scotland Violent or crazy .
What is a BAM Scottish slang?
bam, n. 2: “A foolish, annoying, or obnoxious person; (also spec.) a belligerent or disruptive person.
How do you say yes in Geordie?
Geordie Words Translated:
- Aye – yes.
- Nar – no.
- Nee – no.
- Wor – our.
- Gan – going.
- Yee – you.
- Doon – down.
- Neet – night.
What does ragde mean?
According to a user from Mexico, the name Ragde is of Aztec (Nahuatl) origin and means “Gift of god. Creative, reflexive and overall take care of people. The protector of the people”.
What is a Barry?
barry in British English
or Barry Crocker (ˈbærɪ ) Australian slang. a mistake or blunder; a disappointing performance.
What does gadge mean in slang?
Even “gadge”, or “gadgie”, that has come to mean a man in Scots, was originally used by travellers to refer to an outsider. This is just a small selection of words, there are many, many more that come from the language of travelling people like “deek” (look) and “nash” (running away).
What are people from Edinburgh called slang?
Someone from Edinburgh is called an Edinburger.
Why do I say Geordie?
Geordie saying: wey aye, man! Usage: anytime you want to agree with someone without resorting to a boring “yes”.
What does Hinny howay mean?
Howay: An encouraging phrase from Tyneside meaning ‘come on’ – ‘Howay the lads’ is chanted at Newcastle United football matches.
What does Wey Aye mean?
Wey-Aye: An emphatic exclamation of reply meaning “Well Yes, of course!” occasionally coupled with the word ‘man’ as in the perceived archetypal Geordie phrase “Wey-Aye Man” that is most often overused by novice Geordie imitators.
What is a jobby in Scotland?
Sounds rude, right? That’s because it is in Scotland – scottish slang dictates that a ‘jobby’ is actually another word for faeces. Yep, jobby means poop, basically.
What is a Choob?
Choob is gaming slang for a high-level player that acts like a noob, or “a newbie,” to annoy or disrespect other players.
What is a Jambo in Scotland?
jambo (pronounced jam-boh): A jambo is a nickname for a supporter of Heart of Midlothian football team, one of whose nicknames is the Jambos. Any time the Jambos string a few good results together half the folk in Edinburgh suddenly claim they’ve always been Hearts fans. The word comes from Jam Tarts (see below).