What are some London slang words?

What are some London slang words?

50 Must-Know British Slang Words and Phrases

  • Bloke. “Bloke” would be the American English equivalent of “dude.” It means a “man.”
  • Lad. In the same vein as “bloke,” “lad” is used, however, for boys and younger men.
  • Bonkers.
  • Daft.
  • To leg it.
  • Trollied / Plastered.
  • Quid.
  • Dodgy.

What is a Roadman in slang?

Roadman: Roadman comes from the 21st century slang word, describing a boy (normally at a teenage age) as someone who thoroughly knows the ins and outs of his area, and the people in the area – he will also be involved in popular events such as trapping, driving (cruising), parties etc.

What is 50 pound in Cockney?

Bullseye is Cockney slang for 50 pounds.

What are P’s in London?

There are 100 pence (p) to the pound (£). UK banknotes come in denominations of £5, £10, £20 and £50. Coins come in 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p, £1 and £2.

What does styll stand for?

New Word Suggestion. [new slang] Agreeing with someone or agreeing with the truth.

What is a GREY Ting?

@uniquegalore. I found out grey ting means white people a couple weeks ago🤦 I thought it meant someone of mixed race because ‘black’ and ‘white’ is grey.

What is a pony in Cockney?

The most widely recognised Cockney rhyming slang terms for money include ‘pony’ which is £25, a ‘ton’ is £100 and a ‘monkey’, which equals £500. Also used regularly is a ‘score’ which is £20, a ‘bullseye’ is £50, a ‘grand’ is £1,000 and a ‘deep sea diver’ which is £5 (a fiver).

What does 400 mean in slang?

noun. the Four Hundred US the most exclusive or affluent social clique in a particular place. Slang. Emoji.

What does Blud mean in UK?

blud (plural bluds) (UK, MLE, slang) Informal address to a male.

What does Charva stand for?

Noun. charva (plural charvas) (Tyneside, derogatory) Unruly youth; disobedient child or teenager.

Is a Roadman a chav?

“Chav” (/tʃæv/), also “charver”, “scally” and “roadman” in parts of England is a British pejorative term used to describe an anti-social lower-class youth dressed in sportswear.

What’s a wazzle?

(ˈwʌzəl ) verb. (transitive) US. to mix up. Collins English Dictionary.

What does Meady mean?

or resembling, mead
Adjective. meady (comparative more meady, superlative most meady) Containing, or resembling, mead.

What is a dead Ting?

Dead Ting:A person who is a boring, extremely dull. Or “a girl or a boy whom does not look very good or in other words is extremely unattractive.” “She’s a dead ting”