Lexicon

Want to look up some words and phrases, got a catchy tune in your head and want to know what some things exactly mean?

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TOPANORIS
uptown snobby person. wealthy but mean behind it
TRACE
to curse or speak abusively to someone.
TRANSPORT
vehicle
TUMPA
from stump, as in "tumpa-foot man", a one-foot man.
TUNTI
female organ.
UNO/UNU
you-all. pron. you, plural. In usage close to Afro-American y'awl. From Ibo unu, same meaning
UPFUL
postitive, encouraging
UPHILL
positive, righteous
UPTOWN
the upper classes
VANK
(v.) - to vanquish, conquer
VEX
to get angry
WA DAY
adverbial phrase, the other day.
WA MEK?
why
WHAFEDOO
we'll have to (make) do or we'll have to deal with it
WAKL
wattle, a kind of woven bamboo work used to make house walls.
WANGA-GUT
hungry-belly.
WARRA-WARRA
politely omitted bad words, same as "tarra-warra".
WENCHMAN
a kind of fish, "hail brother john, have you any wenchman?" (from "Row Fisherman Row").
WH'APPEN?
what's happening?
WHATLEF
What's left over

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