Geordie

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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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James Hou "I'm a Geordie living in the Midlands, I do know some nice people but you can't beat the North East.
Fed, axed from Channel 4 breakfast show RI:SE for persistent swearing, added: "I have no particular experience of Geordie women.
Anthony Joshua Anthropologie Ant and Dec Type in Ant and there is no sign of the popular Geordie duo Ant and Dec.
Frank Gilmour, chairman of the Newcastle United Independent Supporters Association, said: "It's about time we had a Geordie in charge.
The new scheme, which was set up by the NGO International Newcastle, is called GSOL -or Geordie.
And it's not just Geordies who are depicted within the UK's binge-drinking culture.
If we take 'em, and keep out the Geordies, then it will be time to party on Teesside tomorrow night.
Jane and Jo have ambitious plans for Geordie Mugs, and after funding the business themselves, have recently started to see the benefit.
PAUL Davy has bagged a job as a Geordie translator - after spending years deciphering our lingo for his Chilean wife.
A London-based company is looking for Geordie translators to decipher our lingo into the Queen's English.
But iv corse we are only those people whey speak funny like, ye naa, us Geordies.