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A glossary of dialect & archaic words used in the county of Gloucester.
J. Drummond Robertson
|Other titles||Dialect of Gloucestershire|
|Statement||Collected and compiled by J. Drummond Robertson. Edited by Lord Moreton.|
|Genre||Glossaries, vocabularies, etc|
|Series||English Dialect Society. [Publications] 61, English Dialect Society. Series C. Original glossaries|
|Contributions||Moreton, Henry Haughton Reynolds, lord, 1857-1920|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 216 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||216|
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GLOSSARY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE DIALECT. 33 This letter commonly takes the place of "TH" before the letter R as dree, drow, dresh, &c., in the Forest of Dean and the Southern parts of the County. On the other hand DD sometimes becomes TH [DH] as lather for ladder, fother for fodder, etc.
[Stow-on-Wold]. Glossary of dialect & archaic words used in the county of Gloucester. London, Pub. for the English dialect Society by K. Paul Trench, Trübner & Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J Drummond Robertson; Henry Haughton Reynolds Moreton.
A glossary of dialect & archaic words used in the county of Gloucester. By J. Drummond (John Drummond) Robertson and ed.
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The West Country is often defined as encompassing the counties of Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Somerset, Wiltshire, the City of Bristol, and r, the northern. This is a list of British words not widely used in the United Canada, New Zealand, India, South Africa, and Australia, some of the British terms listed are used, although another usage is often preferred.
Words with specific British English meanings that have different meanings in American and/or additional meanings common to both languages (e.g. pants, cot) are to be. Printed in A Glossary of Dialect and Archaic Words Used in the County of Gloucester.
Collected and Compiled by J. Drummond Robertson, M.A. Edited by Lord Moreton. London: Published for the English Dialect Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co. e-text: Access and transcription: July Format: MS Word Pdf Number of words: Page 46 - Is 6d The aim of the translator has been to give the meaning and idiom of the Greek as far as possible in English words.
The book is printed in paragraphs (the verses of the authorised version are numbered in the margins) the speeches by inverted commas, and the quotations from the " Old Testament " in italics, those passages which seem to be poetry in a smaller type. Used increasingly across the West Country to describe an as-yet undetermined moment in the future.
In Cornwall, it is more of a one-word zen-like way of life. 23 Tent – It isn't. ZWODDER: The last entry in the English Dialect Dictionary describes “a drowsy, stupid state of body or mind.” It’s probably related to another word, swadder, used to mean “to grow.
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Amongst them was an absolute gem, handed down from my grandmother’s family. Published init is titled Glossary of Dialect and Archaic Words Continue reading →.Introduction. This glossary was compiled as a means of examining the dialect words included with the Legends of the Lincolnshire Carrs as collected by M C Balfour and published in Folklore in and consequently is limited in the scope of the Lincolnshire dialect words contained within it.
Balfour was living briefly in Redbourne in the north of the county at the time of .