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Dictionary Of American Regional English Interviews Going Digital

date of publication: 
2017-09-18
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WPR, Central Time

Finaciously, More Regional Words for DARE

date of publication: 
2017-08-31
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web
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Allan Metcalf, Lingua Franca, The Chronicle of Higher Education

This Maine slang term is dying out. What does it mean, again?

date of publication: 
2017-08-29
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web
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BDN Portland

What’s Quarterly Update 9 all abouten?

It just might be worth bumming school for! Go here to learn all kinds of interesting things—like, what a hay sweep is (along with an impressive variety of names for this specific piece of farm machinery). Find out why it can be attached to horses, a tractor, or some other vehicle, but probably not a buggy. You’ll also learn a whole bunch (fly) of names for those flies that hang out in your house over the winter.

UW DIGITAL COLLECTIONS: DARE FIELDWORK RECORDINGS

date of publication: 
2017-08-18
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web
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The Scout Report, Internet Scout Research Group

burgoo

burgoo n [Orig borrowed, presumably by sailors, from Arabic burġūl or Persian barghūl bulgur]

Chiefly among sailors: oat porridge; hence adj phr (as) thick as burgoo of fog: very thick.

buggy

buggy n

bucker

bucker n1  [buck

buck v1

buck v1, hence vbl n bucking  [From

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