||Own e.g., S'my bottle o Buckfastz, get yer ain.
|| Pronounced "Aaalek" Legendary Mobile confectioner and grocer specialising in singles and
strips of matches (may not have been in possesion of all original eyeballs)
||Latin Anti-(against), Ville-(house or housing). Well named urban tumour that spreads south from the Churchhill Rd. For further information see Craig D Hills recent book "Where do all the smelly folk come frae? An illustrated history of Antiville and Seacourt" Available through Jack McKee publishing
||I doubt the veracity of that statement
||Pronounced Bake, meaning of the mouth
||Seldom used by young Craigyhillians and popular with the
long-term vocationally challenged as a term to describe the dole.
||The physical act of love making. e.g. 'Did ye git any buckin done
last night' or 'Oh Aye. Me an 9 other buddies bucked her behin' thu gospel hall last wek'.
||Certainty as in horse racing. Normally preceeds a discarded
limp docket and a cry of "'kenweehurye" as a cultural cleansing chant.
||Cash windfall which many craigyhillians attempt to attain from the
government usually by tripping on loose paving stones. Most craigyhillians
usually use the money to 'Get a wee motor on the road'
||Punch in the mouth
||Bomber jacketed wealth redistribution activist, top footballer and general evolutionary zenith of Craigyhill manhood.
||The right of all hillians to collect the dole, a government
appreciation of their stance to live in such circumstance.
||Hinged household appliance: E.g. "Open the duur
||You're not thinking very logically
||Drunk, a favoured weekend pastime of locals. Also
enjoyed after a moderate win at the bookies
||Crucial method of income for hillians who have yet to
discover their true vocation. E.g. "Weel the dole gi'es me a but of
breathin space afore I hae tae get a job. This giro's goin' on the ITV seven."
||A modern equipped hi-class seat of learning where most
Craigyhillians attain their highest level of education
||Legendary fixed property creme egg salesman. Apparently
went bankrupt when no one bought the pathetic attempt of a tin machine gun from his shop
||As in Mr Gordon who allegedly beat the crap oot o the
headmaster o Linn School over a bell ringing dispute. (I actually saw it but was not
allowed to remember the incident on threat of expulsion - I was six then)
||Pronounced "keek" milder derivative of "shite". "Dinnae gi me any u yir aul Keigh"
||Ian Lough, followed Gerry intae the bizness (exact number of real eyes uncertain)
||This instant: i.e. "I'm away oot noo"
||Out as in "I'm away oot noo"
||Outside environmental damage caused by over-exploitation of
limestone reserves. Almost collapsed the hill and made them an un-whitting neighbour
of the universally detested Seacuurt.
||Stip of tarmac used for driving stolen cars on. Bonfire practice area ( Late June / Early July only)
||Place located aff the green whur mature Hillians purchase
their groceries. The younger ones use it as an impromtu meeting place to smash
bottles, boke on kurbstaines and other displays of local culture.
||Unlikely; not very good. Also "dogshite" a brown malodourous substance which occupies over 70% of "the Big greens" surface area.
||Stone, as in rock or to remain, as in "I'm stain in th'night"
||Chap not to be believed
||Patron saint of all ice-cream men. Apparently refused a
knighthood for services to confectionery if it meant having to live ootside o Bellair Park.
||Also stoater or stoch: really excellent
||The day after today. Trendy girls name which many Craigyhillian
single mothers call their daughter because it 'sounds fancy'.
||International transportation company that attempts to avoid
the hill as much as possible.
||Penis, foolish person, someone with a speech impedement talking about a person named Robert ie. "See my bwuvver Wab, he'll beat youwe shite in"
||Woman of dubious reputation. Person gettin one over his mates
||The very esscence of ones existencial being. "I'll beat your whine in"
||Also Youseun's referring to a group of other people including