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Johny (bradford) Charver mate Mick I come from the south of England and some of this is very interesting but can you tell me how any of the following words are Yorkshire:-bad 'un, bagsy, bog(toilet) dursent (just old fashioned English for daren't 'ead(sounds cockney.
Many phrases are only from one part of Yorkshire too - there needs to a be a glossary for each riding.
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Not sure if this is native West Riding, or if she learned it from her good friend who was of French origin and moved to W Yorks at an early age.
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