What is a Numptie?
A fool or idiot.
You’re such a numptie.
See more words with the same meaning: unintelligent person, idiot..
What does shut your geggie mean?
Geggie means a person’s mouth – used to tell someone to “shut your geggie”.
What is Chav British slang?
Chavs is a UK derogatory slang word for a young hooligan who wears designer clothes and starts fights, usually seen as lower class.
What does nonce mean?
Noun. nonce (plural nonces) (Britain, slang, derogatory, prisons) A sex offender, especially one who is guilty of sexual offences against children. [
Where did the word jerk come from?
The word jerk is said to come from charqui, a Spanish term of Quechua origin for jerked or dried meat, which eventually became the word jerky in English. Jerk is also derived from the action of “jerking”, which referred to poking meat with holes so that flavor could more easily be absorbed.
Is numpty a bad word?
Annoying people say it. It comes from Scotland (so many angry Scottish people making up insults), and is a shortening of “empty head”. Through the Scottish accent, it formed “umpty heid”, which eventually transformed into “numpty” (the worst insult in the world).
Is numpty a Scottish word?
Scotland’s favourite word, according to a poll by BT Openreach, is numpty. Derived from “numps”, an obsolete word for a stupid person, rather than the more obvious numbnuts or numbskull, the term implies general idiocy, often in my experience accompanied by windbaggery.
What is a Muppet in British slang?
muppet (plural muppets) (Britain, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Eastern US, slang, derogatory) An incompetent or foolish person.
What is a get in British slang?
“get” and “git” are slang words used to refer to a person who is judged to be inferior. The word is usually preceded by an adjective that informs the reason why the person is perceived to be inferior. e.g. “stupid get”, “old get”, “useless get”. Usually it is used to refer to a third person who is not present.
Why do British say innit?
“Innit” “Innit” is an abbreviation of “isn’t it” most commonly used amongst teenagers and young people. This phrase is used to confirm or agree with something that another person has just said.