Black Country Slang & Black Country Dialect.

Embrace the rich culture of England's Black Country with our comprehensive collection of Bostin Black Country Slang and dialect words. From Quarry Bonk to Wolverhampton, discover the unique linguistic offerings of the region and experience the authentic charm of the Black Country dialect.

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Ar

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yes

A common replacement for yes.

Gammy

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Lame

A word used to describe something that is lame in terms of functionality.

Bai

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Am not

A Black Country slang term for am not.

Tay

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Tea

A cup of tea

Kaylied

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Drunk

A Black Country work used when someone is in intoxicated through drink.

Wammel

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Dog

A term commonly used in the Black Country dialect to refer to a dog.

Cor

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cannot

A word used in place of can not

Doe

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Do Not

A word that is used in place of Do Not in the Black Country