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GUEST,Chris P Is Geordie a separate language? (120* d) RE: Is Geordie a separate language? 09 Mar 11

Why Lowland Scots? Aye was always normal English too, down to the tip of the Isle of Wight, netty is proper Geordie, (perhaps from the Italian 'gabinetti'!) with no dictionary refs to Scotland, and claggy is straightforward Northern English, from the same word as clay.

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