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Beatle Slang


A BIT OF ALL RIGHT - someone or something that pleases you.

A CUPPA - a cup of tea

A NOSH UP - a very large meal

A SPOT OF KIP - a short nap

BACK ROOM BOY - instrumentalist

BAND - screwy or round the

BASH - cigarette, good time

BEANY - lively

BEATLE PEOPLE - fans

BEDSITTER - small apartment

BEGGAR - a man

BELT RIP - be quiet

BEND - screwy

BEVY - alcholic beverage

BIRD - girl

BIT OF A GIGGLE - funny

BLOKE - fellow

BOB - english shillings

BOBBY - policeman

BONNET - a hood of a car

CAFF - a restaurant

CHART TOPPER - a hit song

CHESSED OFF - fed up

CHOCKED - had enough of, fed up

CHINA - pal

CIGGY - cigarrettes

CLANGER - goof

COCKLE, WELK, WINKLE - various types of shellfish

COMFY - comfortable

CRAW THUMPER - a religious person

CRIP - one of John's less endeavoring expenses

CRACKERS - completely insane

DADDY - big boy or leader

DEMOS - demonstration records

DIM - lack of attraction

DOLLY - girlfriend

DONS - university, faculty

DRAG - a bore

DRAFT - crazy

DRAGSTUFF - anything boring

DRUM - house

FAB - great

FABMOST - even greater

FACE - big wheel

FED UP - depressed

FLAT - apartment

FIZZY - soda

FLOGGED - promoted

FLY - smart or clever

FOONEY - funny

FUGG - a smokey, beery place

FUNKY - down to earth

GAFF - a place

GEEING - mobking or teasing

GOOD BONKERS - good nuts

GREAT HIP - on the bean

HOOLEY - party

HYPE - whoop it up

JAM BUTTIES - jelly sandwiches

JELLY BABIES - jelly beans

JUDY - girlfriend

KIP - SLEEP

KIN IN - shut up

LAPPING UP LIFE - living high

LARRY - truck

LEERY - clever

LIVERPUDLIAN - a native of Liverpool

LUG HOLES - ears

LIVING PEOPLE - a wild crowd

LUMBER - burdened

LAV Q - lavatory

MATE - good friend

MERCY BEAT - rock and roll

MOD - mad

MORE TALL HEAVY - a Johnism

NARK - stop

NIPPED IN - crowned around

NIPPY - sharp looking

NIT - fool or idiot

OUNCERS - l pound notes

PLAY CHEMMY - chemin-do-fer, a gambling game

POTTY - definitely insane

PUNCH UP - fight

PETROL - petroleum

QUIB, QUID - english pounds

RAVE - a party

RIDIC - ridiculous

RISSOLE - type of hamburger

ROUND OF THE GUNS - big reception

RUDDY - really

RUGBY - english football

SCOUSE - originally stew but not Liverpool slang

SCOUSER - a liverpudlian

SCREAMIE - a Beatle fan

SHURRUP - belt up

SKINT - broke

SLAG - a square female

SLAP "N" TICKLE - neck

SMASHING TERR - terrific

SNOUT - tobacco

SOFT - slightly insane, no good

SOPPY - all wet, no good, inferior

SPIT - puff a cigarrette

SPOT OF BOTHER - trouble

SPOT OF KIP - relaxation

SQUARE - level

STALLS - orchestra seats

SWELLING ABOUT THE BOUNCE - a tendency to be conceited

TAKE A BUTCHER'S - look

TATTY - untidy

TEDDY BOYS - juvenile delinquints

TELLY - television

THE KICK OFF - the beginning

THE NOBS - the elite or nobility

THE POOL - Liverpool -- the home of the English

THE QUEEN - God save the Queen! British National Anthem

THE GEAR - absolutely the greatest

THICK - stupid, dumb

THINGY - you whatever your name is

TO HIS GREAT HAROLD - to his great horror

VAN - bus

YEAR NESH - you're a cissy