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Clype. Meaning: To tell tales about or inform against someone or be a person who tells tales or informs against someone. Example: "Eleanor clyped on her pal to the teacher. She’s a real wee clype!"
6. The messagesMeaning: The shopping. Example: I’ll get the messages when I’m in the town.
The messages. Meaning: The grocery shopping. Example: "I’ll get the messages when I’m in the town."
Jings. Meaning: Exclamation of surprise, damn it. Example: "Jings, I can’t believe Henry is in the court files of the paper again!"
Footer. Meaning: To fidget or fumble. Example: "Stop footerin' about, you!"