, one of a litter of pups reared in the dark, in squalor, had never socialised with human beings and is still timid.
No one I've ever met has been offended by being called pet or hinny
Table 54: US Imports of Edible Offal - Bovine, Sheep, Goat, Swine, Ass, Horse, Mule and Hinny
(Fresh Chilled and Frozen) (2013) - Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Imports by Origin Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-19 Table 55: US Exports of Meat and Edible Offal - Domestic Poultry (Fresh Chilled and Frozen) (2013) - Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Exports by Top Ten Destination Countries (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-20
An affectionate Tyneside word for women, meaning honey.
Geordie saying: clamming Non Geordie translation: starving, hungry or in desperate need of some service Usage: "Howay, man, hinny
, I said I was clamming
- A term of affection, most often used towards women.
The Geordie term of endearment has become a casualty of council bureaucracy along with dear, love, darling, sweetheart and hinny
Gladys A'm gannin' ower here to look doon-bye at two of the Bairns Brenda and Matthew, what for Matty Hinny
, Something tae div with wor memory, canny bit of work they've done.
SINGIN' HINNIES (Makes 6-8) A SINGIN' hinny
is a kind of scone that you bake on a hot griddle.
The term of affection has been banned along with hinny
, dear and love.
OCTOBER'S come around again That's al a heve to say And for al the folk in Geordie land It's National Dialect Day You divint have to talk proper Like the folk on the BBC Just talk like the Hairy Bikers And it should fill your heart with glee Wor Harry's on the dole ye narr But he dusn't hang aroond He gets his cart and horses oot And for al to see Collects owld clazz and bits of scrap To help his family So sing the Blaydon Races And Geordie Hinny
too But make sure you get the dialect right On this important day Or you may end up talking posh Like the folk in Whitley Bay.
People tend to call you pet, flower or hinny
and I did not know they were talking to me at first.