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Geordie

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1. a person who comes from or lives in Tyneside
2. the dialect spoken by these people
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This was followed by Hist'ry o' the Geordies (1970); Advanced Geordie Palaver (1970); Hadrian and the Geordie Waall; Stotty Cake Row (1971); Supergeordie (1971); Aald Geordie's Almanack (1972); Geordie at the Match (with Len Shackleton); A light hearted guide to Geordieland (1973); New Geordie Dictionary (Newcastle, 1974) and, with comedian Dick Irwin, Geordie at the Club, Geordie Laffs and the Geordie Joke Book (1970).
It all adds to the atmosphere, unique and all its own, Full of Geordies, kind and loyal, their humour well renown.
And as the locals are known as Geordies, the British adaptation of "Jersey Shore"--due to bow on MTV Networks U.
We need all expat Geordies the world over to support the Toon by buying a Geordie Jackpot ticket wherever they now reside.
Over time, the lamps and the miners themselves became known as Geordies.
We need more Geordies in the team - and a Geordie as manager.
NE1 started the new online lottery scheme which gives Geordies the chance to win PS25,000 and help boost Newcastle at the same time.
The poll also found, however, that Geordies were among those least likely to start conversations with potential dates.
It was even sung by Liverpool fans as a tribute to Newcastle lad Andy Carroll when he played for them and, of course, is sung all over the world by exile Geordies pining for home.
My two Westies, Lily and Rose are also Geordies and were clapping their paws with excitement when they heard the news
Take me back to Newcastle, Newcastle up in Byker To the homeland of the Geordies that I love, Lost my heart in Wallsend, Wallsend on the Tyne, Where the cranes are so high, they reach the sky above, And when I get that lonesome feeling, And I'm travelling on British Rail, I hear the voices of the Geordie people, calling me back home, So take me back to Newcastle, Newcastle up in Byker To the beautiful land of the Geordies that I love.