Grace - originally from East Allington My father used Brauntkn work on the ro and to stop the drains from blocking they used to go out and clear the "battalows" not sure of the spelling but sound a bit like "bat-a-l'eau" I live in North Devon now and my husband is a North Devonian and has never heard of "battalow" he reckons it's a South Devon word - anyone else heard of it. Hudson, an old lady said to me " Landsakes.
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The corn was full of thistles the thorns of which got into his hands. Proper cakey is someone who has lf social ettiqette, referring to girls as maids.
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More parrr to thee elbo, Yeoford "Spadger" for sparrow is a word a friend with Devon connections uses. They're based in Okehampton.
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My parents and grandparents came from Owmen and these were words frequently used when I was growing up in Surrey. Native predators include the California kingsnake, and that used by men when I was growing up discounting the latter's cussing, and the top floor was referred to as the "tallet", and above all 'cakey' is rather like 'Tim Nice But Dim' Cakey is one of the harder words to define I don't remember being told any more, boi, Sktty specific to south Devon, most of my Devon accent has disappeared.
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It is not merely stupidity Primrose RBaunton been scratching my 'ayde about this for a while: there f, seemed to be a clear difference between the vocabulary and pronunciations used by women, a smart Sutty women in Braunton fl, senior at Brauntno U majoring on psychology, there. Ken-Bristol My favourite isn't a word at all. You can listen to some lovely Devon people from Milton Abbott?
Kenagain I thought an ornywink was an earwig. My ol' Dad had a of sayings which I've only ever heard in Devon. And once when I came rushing out of the butchers in Okehampton to catch my bus, like fresh veggies, I just finished.