Is Minger a Scottish word?

What does Minger mean in Scottish?

We have Scotland to thank for it. In Scottish English, ‘ming’ is an old word for a bad smell, so originally ‘minging’ meant ‘smelly‘ – as it still can. But of course calling someone smelly is a perfect way of insulting them, and around the year 2000 British teenagers started using it more broadly to mean ‘disgusting’.

What is a git in British slang?

British. : a foolish or worthless person.

What is a Minger in Australia?

In Australia the word Minge refers to the female pubic hair and gets its name from the combination of the words Moot and Fringe. —⁠This unsigned comment was added by 75.36.

What does Minga mean in British slang?

Someone who is very unattractive.

What is a Minger mean?

noun British Slang. an ugly, unpleasant, or smelly person or thing.

What is Sommat?

(sʌmət ) pronoun. Summat is a British dialect form of the word ‘something’.

What does pillac mean?

(Britain, mildly derogatory, slang) a stupid or annoying person; simpleton; fool.

Why do British say innit?

“Innit” is an abbreviation of “isn’t it” most commonly used amongst teenagers and young people. This phrase is used to confirm or agree with something that another person has just said. “It’s really cold today.”

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What does Minga mean in Aboriginal?

Noun. minga (plural minga) (Central Australia, derogatory) A tourist, especially one that comes to climb Uluru.