"geordie" Definition

  1. general term in Northumberland and Durham for a pitman, or coal-miner. From the _Greek_, GEORGE meaning one who works the earth, originally a cultivator; the term has been in use more than a century.

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Position in the dictionary: 1425 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: german duck, german ducks, get up, ghost, gib-face, gibberish, gibus, giffle-gaffle, gig, gig lamps
Previous words in the dictionary: gentleman of three ins, gentleman of four outs;, gent, gen, geeloot, gee, gay tyke boy, gay, gawky, gawfs

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