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Shropshire word-book, a glossary of archaic and provincial words, &c., used in the county Paperback – March 6, by Georgina Frederica Jackson (Author)Reviews: 2. Shropshire Word-Book; A Glossary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Etc., Used in the CountyRatings: 0.
Shropshire Word-book: A Glossary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Etc., Used in the County Georgina Frederica Jackson Trübner & Company, - English language - pages. Shropshire word-book, a glossary of archaic and provincial words, etc., used in the county; by Jackson, Georgina F.
(Georgina Frederica)Pages: Shropshire word-book a glossary of archaic and provincial words, etc., used in the county by Georgina F. Jackson. Published by Trübner & co; [etc., etc.] in London.
Written in EnglishCited by: 3. Shropshire word-book, a glossary of archaic and provincial words, &c., used in the county by Georgina Frederica JacksonPages: Georgina F. Jackson - Shropshire Word-Book () direct link Open Library main page Following the posts of dictionaries with a few related items.
This one is an example of the many regional dictionaries and glossaries that seemed to fascinate the : Lang Thompson.
Georgina Frederica Jackson is the author of Shropshire Word-Book ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Shropshire Folk-Lore - A Sheaf o 4/5(2). Shropshire Word-Book: A Glossary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Etc., Used in the County Paperback – 22 Feb by Georgina Frederica Jackson (Author)/5(3).
Got a few more somewhere. There is a book called “The Shropshire Word Book” by Georgina Jackson in the local reference libraries.
Published over years ago and reprinted about 20 years ago. Almost all of the words in this excellent web page are in there. Good luck with the dictionary. Reply. An Old Shropshire Oak Called Shroppiemon I first came across Shoppiemon on Twitter back in January.
In characters this Tweeter was the living embodiment of Georgina Jackson’s Shropshire Word Book. I’m not native Shropshire born myself, but armed with my own copy of the Word Book I ventured a reply, saying Georgina Jackson would be proud.
(delwedd B) (tudalen ) SHROPSHIRE WORD-BOOK. SOTTOHIH* [soo-in], sh. the wailing sound of the wind befoie rain, SOTTL-CAKE [soa-l], sb., ohsA a dole-cake for All-Sonls* Day, made of very light dongh, sweetened and spiced, and of oval form.— PuLYERBATCH ; Wem.
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[Georgina F Jackson]. The poems of John Audelay a specimen of the Shropshire dialect: 2: Shropshire word-book, a glossary of archaic and provincial words, &c., used in the county By Georgina Frederica Jackson Domesday Book Shropshire: 1: The folios of Shropshire in Domesday Book.
Skelting, wee wowing and 'that's the badger' are among the Shropshire word-book book words and phrases used around Shropshire which have been unearthed by a. Meanwhile, Georgina Jackson, Shropshire Word-book () has this meaning of gonder as a verb: GONDER (2) v.
to mope about.—PULVERBATCH [near Shrewsbury] 'That fellow's good fur nuthin' but gonder about like a kimet ship ["dizzy sheep"].'. Shropshire word-book – Jackson, Helen Hunt Sonnets and lyrics Verses – Jackson, James G. An account of the empire of Marocco Jackson, John The booke of conscience opened and read (a sermon) The true evangelical temper.
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Betty Chidley the WItch. The Shropshire Word Book, an “Glossary of Archaic and Provincial Words,” included “cater-cornered as an adjective,” but also included “scatter-corner ” as an adverbial form. The OED also lists examples of “ catacornered” and “cat-a-corner.” RELATED: The phrase you’re three times more likely to write wrong.
Shropshire Word-Book, a Glossary of Archaic and Provincial Words, etc., Used in the County. London: Clay and Taylor for Trübner & Co., 4 o ( x mm). Frontispiece map printed in red and black. (delwedd B) (tudalen ) SHROPSHIRE. WORD-BOOK. %%Ellesmebs. ' I maun git that owd gownd an' coUer it up; itH do for me to war w*en the weather gets warmer, wunna-d-it P.
Shropshire Records and Research Centre, Shrewsbury. It should be noted that there are also a few items of interest for biographers of Georgina Jackson. These include a notebook compiled by Georgina Jackson for her Shropshire Word Book.
A note by the donor, J. Burne's father Arthur (S. Burne), says that it was found amongst. WORLD BOOK DAY The players have been supporting World Book Day UK, by discussing what they like to read Also supporting the work Shrewsbury Town in the Community does through #PLPrimarystars.
This is, in brief, a thoroughly nice (in the best sense of the word) book by a thoroughly nice person – or so I was told by the thoroughly nice lady who sold me a book. But it shouldn’t be mistaken for one of those well-meaning but slightly amateur publications that can sometimes be found on the ‘local’ shelves in small town bookshops.
The only instance of larry that I've been able to find in British regional glossaries of the nineteenth century is from Georgina Jackson, Shropshire Word-Book (): LARRY [laar'-i'], sb. a confused noise, as of a number of people all talking talking together.—Pulverbatch.
'I 'eärd a fine larry las' night—folks gweïn down the Moat lane. Georgina F. Jackson - Shropshire Word-Book () direct link Open Library main page Following the posts of dictionaries with a few related items.
This one is an example of the many regional dictionaries and glossaries that seemed to fascinate the British. I was often fortunate in interesting some intelligent member of the peasant-classin my work (Georgina Jackson, The Shropshire word book) It’s Her father’s dead from Spanish tells the geologist Gwendol Wrekin ap Shenkin ap MynyddmawrGwendol Wrekin, son of Shenkin, grandson of Big Mountainwalked twenty leagues from.
Literary usage of Swiving. Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature: 1. Shropshire Word-book: A Glossary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Etc., Used by Georgina Frederica Jackson () "See swiving-hook, below. most part Welshmen, go—at harvest-time—in gangs to the farm-houses to be hired for reaping.
These include a notebook compiled by Georgina Jackson for her Shropshire Word Book. A note by the donor, J. Burne's father Arthur (S. Burne), says that it was found amongst Lotty's possessions after her death in January ; he suggests that it was given to Lotty when she took over Jackson's folklore project.
In Burne became friendly with Georgina Jackson, who was collecting material for her Shropshire Word Book () and its companion work with the provisional title of "Folk-lore Gleanings".
Jackson's demise led Burne to take over her material, adding her own collection of tales to produce Shropshire Folk-Lore: A Sheaf of Gleanings, her first major work.
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A newspaper or periodical which promotes the. The "Shropshire Word-Book" is available for download from Google Books. (Gray's map of Shropshire, left) "English Accents and Dialects: An Introduction to Social and Regional Varieties of English in the British Isles" by Trudgill and Hughes looks like a very useful reference.
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Georgina Jackson books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. And thanks to Jackson’s ‘Shropshire Word-Book’ [one of the first dictionaries of the vernacular, interestingly], I’ve been able to converse with @Shroppiemon [another post, another day] on Twitter using Old Shropshire, which, believe me, is no mean feat.
with Georgina Jackson who, sincehad been working on her Shropshire Word Book (Jackson ) and its spin-off, which she referred to as her "Folklore Gleanings." Lotty had "made some MS notes of local Folk-Lore for the Severn Valley Naturalists' Field Club" which were shown to Georgina Jackson in (Bumevii).
—The West Somerset Word-book. A glossary of dialectal and archaic words and phrases used in the West of Somerset and East Devon.
E.D.S. English Dialect Dictionary, The. Edited by Joseph Wright. Evans, Arthur B.—Leicestershire Words, Phrases, and Proverbs, ed. with additions and an introduction by Sebastian Evans. E.D.S. In Shropshire ² Word-Book (London, ), Georgina F. Jackson defined marred as meaning: petted; foolishly indulged; spoilt.
(² Shropshire: a county of. A Sense of Shropshire On Sunday 28 April, a compelling new radio documentary series begins on BBC Radio Shropshire about the way people live in the county.
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