What is kite in rhyming slang?

What is kite in rhyming slang?

Kite is Cockney Rhyming Slang for Cheque!

What is a Janet slang?

(slang, humorous) to rip off; to steal, cheat or swindle; to scam.

What is Jack and Danny slang for?

There’s also the unfortunate coincidence that ‘Jack and Dani’ means something a little rude in Cockney rhyming slang – a dialect Danny is very familiar with. “Jack and Dani means something in Cockney rhyming slang….. Fanny. It means fanny.”

What is cockney rhyming slang for toilet?

Khazi is Cockney slang for Toilet.

What is cockney rhyming slang for head?

Loaf of Bread is Cockney slang for Head.

What does butcher’s mean in Cockney?

Other common-if-kitschy rhyming slang words include “trouble,” which means “wife” (trouble and strife = wife); “butcher’s,” which means “look” (“butcher’s hook” = look); “dog,” which means “phone” (dog and bone = phone); and “barnet,” which means “hair.” (Barnet fair = hair.) And there’s “berk,” an insult.

What does Filbert mean in Cockney?

nut = head

What is teeth in Cockney?

Hampstead Heath is Cockney slang for Teeth. Normally shortened to Hampsteads (or sometimes even Hamps).

What is cockney rhyming slang for husband?

Him Indoors

What is cockney rhyming slang for road?

Frog and Toad

What is cockney rhyming slang for tea?

Rosie Lee is Cockney slang for Tea. Rosie Lee (or Rosy Lee) is one of the most well-known of all Cockney slang.

What is rhyming slang for tea?

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Tea (rhyming slang)

Why is tea called Rosie Lee?

Rosie Lee, British rhyming slang for ‘tea’, appears to have originated in the early years of the twentieth century. It is first recorded in Edward Fraser and John Gibbons’s Soldier and Sailor Words and Phrases (1925). The truncated rosie was not long in following: ‘We’ll ‘ave the Rosie now, George’ (J. B.

Why does Swede mean head?

A swede is a vegetable that is the same size as a head. Or, “Get this into your swede” when someone is being a bit stupid. So, when we say swede, we mean your stupid head, in the manner of Worzel.