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Note: Possibly very localised slang from the Pica area.
Ah knack'd me cleppets when ah landed on yon yat = I caused some injury to my under-carriage as I landed incorrectly when jumping the gate. (I clout, you clout, he got clouted, she clouts.) 1.(noun.
In best English tradition, Cumbrians go to the beach fully clothed. I was jipped, two quid's ower dear furra pint = I was over charged, two pounds is rather expensive for a pint of beer. pal) person about to be clouted, Not to be confused with marra, e.g. = You had better take care, person I am about to hit. He's radge at lowpin ower yats = The standard of his gate jumping is not very high. the old gadgee went radge when he caught us playin' Hikey Dikey = The senior gentleman became a little agitated when he discovered us practising our hurdling skills. = Excuse me, would you like me to, perhaps, punch you generally in the face, but specifically in the area of your mouth ? (I nash, you nash, he nashes, she nashes, we nash, yous nash, they nash, I have nashed, I will nash, I am a nasher) 1.(adv.