10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «NOBBUT»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to nobbut
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A joy from beginning to end, this is a classic childhood memoir.
With hilarious cartoons from Richard Scollins and amusing text, this book provides a feast of linguistic fun - and captures well the warmth and humour of the Lincolnshire people. A celebration of the rich Lincolnshire dialect.
“IT'S NOBBUT ME." Ya winter neet, I mind it weel, Oor lads 'ed been at t' fell, An',
bein' tir't, went seun to bed, And I sat be mesel. I hard ajike on t' window pane, An'
deftly went to see ; Bit when I ax't, “ “'ho's jiken theer ?" Says t' chap, “ It's ...
Harper's New Monthly Magazine
There are, however, a few things in it exceedingly quaint and humorous, the best
of which is the following : "IT'S NOBBUT ME." Ta winter neet, I mind it weel, Oor
lads 'ed been at t' fell, An', beln' tir'r, went seua to bed, And I sat be mesel.
AB-O'Th'-Yate in Yankeeland
These fences are made o' trees ut are fit for nowt elze, nobbut brunnin, an' hardly
that. These are split up th' middle ; an' laid one piece on th' top of another, in a zig
-zag way ; here an' theere bund t'gether by a yeap o' tree roots, th' legs up'art.
The phrase is "a pair of right Mary Annes", or, more succinctly, "a right pair".
gradely to nobbut: I mentioned racing pigeons to Mr. Whitelaw, and he showed
keen interest, adding that he was a very good shot. I feel we are wasting time
there and ...
Henry Mayhew, Mark Lemon, Tom Taylor, 1975
An Attempt at a Glossary of Some Words Used in Cheshire: ...
Nobbut, none but. Who was there? Nobbut John. Nogging, s. The filling up of the
interstices between the timber work in a wooden building with sticks and clay is
called the nogging. Noggintle, s. a nogginful. Noint, v. to anoint; figuratively, ...
An Attempt at a Glossary of Cheshire Words
NOBBUT, none but. Who was there ? Nobbut John. NOGGING, s. The filling up of
the interstices between the timber work in a wooden building with sticks and clay
is called the nogging. NOGGINTLE, s. a nogginful. NOINT, v. to anoint; ...
North Country Poets: Poems and Biographies of Natives Or ...
IT'S. NOBBUT. ME. Ya -winter neet, I mind it weel, Oor lads 'ed been at t' fell, An'
bein tir't, went seun to bed, An' I sat be mesel. I hard a jike on t' window pane, An'
deftly went to see ; Bit when I ax't, " Who's jiken theer ? " Says t' chap, " It's ...
An Anthology of West Riding dialect verse
Gwen Wade. NOBBUT A LEET . . . Nobbut a leet Winkin in t'neet Up on th'heigh
moor; Nobbut a cry Soft as a sigh At a hawf-oppen door; Nobbut a lad Callin a
glad Greetin in t'dark; Nobbut a lass Hark'nin him pass, Love in her heart.
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «NOBBUT»
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Talking Sport: England cricketers get sharp reminder
When I was nobbut a lad, you got a clip round the ear for that. The BBC have lost most major sports to other broadcasters and it's hard to feel ... «Spenborough Guardian, Jul 15»
THOUGH he's nobbut a bairn, young Norman Fannon turns up at the Age UK gentlemen's breakfast in Durham indoor market. Norman, his dad, ran Wheatley ... «The Northern Echo, Jul 15»
PICTURES: Reverend Daniel Burton drives around parish in flat …
After making the car he used it to promote his business 'Nobbut Lads' by having his shop's sign painted onto the bonnet and driving around the ... «Rossendale Free Press, Jul 15»
From plitter to drabbletail: the words we love
... case they'll own up to being nobbut middlin (a touch unwell). There are many Yorkshire dialect words for fools and scoundrels, bizzumhead, ... «The Guardian, May 15»
LOCAL SLANG: I'm a yellabelly and proud of it
Alan Stennett's book Nobbut a Yellerbelly is a great insight into Lincolnshire dialect and well worth a read. The Lincolnshire Life museum pays ... «Spalding Guardian, May 15»
Election 2015: Bernard Ingham on Yorkshire's three Prime Ministers
... led the Labour Party for 13 years, served as Prime Minister for some eight years and, as he often boasted, won - some only 'nobbut just' - four ... «Yorkshire Post, May 15»
Chris Waters: World Cup format misses chance to showcase the one …
When I was nobbut a lad, England would play five Tests each summer and a handful of games in the old Texaco one-day trophy. Nowadays ... «Yorkshire Post, Feb 15»
DJ Taylor: The journalist who suggested national treasure Brian …
Then there are the three volumes of autobiography (Nobbut a Lad from Leeds, 'Appen I Shall and 'Appen I Did), which chart his rise from abject ... «The Independent, Feb 15»
Diary 22: Out of luck and hitting 70
It's nobbut a chicken. 26thdecember1944_291214_a They say life begins at 50. Back in 1950 the thought of being 70 never occurred to me. «TheFootballNetwork.net, Dec 14»
Men of the moors
Walkwise, Bingley and Haworth were nobbut five miles apart. Halliwell Sutcliffe became steeped in Haworth, the Brontes and the Moors. «Craven Herald, Oct 14»