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JAWJUH (proper noun). =
Highly flammable state just north of Florida.
Usage: "My brother =
from Jawjah bard my pickup truck."
T (interrogatory). An inquiry of if someone is hungry.
"Jeet?" "Nah .. didju?"
Usage: "Juicy the Guff of =
KILT (verb). Past tense of =
Usage: "Davey Crockett kilt him a bar when he wuz =
KWATTA (noun, adj). One-fourth of =
Usage: "Put another kwatta in the juke box, =
LAIG (noun). A limb or appendage.
Usage: "That there hound dog =
done bit me in the laig!"
LAR (noun). A dishonest person
Usage: "Lar, lar, paints on =
-UMB (noun). A wooly mammal.
Usage: "May-uh-ree had a =
MAN (noun). A tart fruit.
Usage: "Hunny, git me some more of =
that thar layman aid!"
LEASE (adj). The smallest amount =
Usage: "Nah, that’s the lease of my =
Usage: "Ah’m gonna be dead =
tarred tomorrow lesson I git me some =
E (verb). Making untrue statements with the intent to deceive.
"You knew Bear Bryant? Boy, you line!"
E (verb). Allow to descend.
Usage: "Lore that net inta tha =
ERED (noun). A diety.
Usage: "Lowered, bless this pick-up =
M-NUM (noun). An element with the same two-letter abbreviation as my =
beloved home state of Alabama.
Usage: "Hoo-boy! That’s some nice =
“The Southern Word Homepage”, favorite of mine] =
Dr Bob Griffin =
Knows Me, This I Love!"