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Yorkshire Dialect Paperback – 1 May 2002.
Yorkshire Dialect Paperback – 1 May 2002. by. John Waddington-Feather (Author).
Much of the Yorkshire dialect has its roots in Old English and Old Norse, and is called Broad Yorkshire or Tyke
Much of the Yorkshire dialect has its roots in Old English and Old Norse, and is called Broad Yorkshire or Tyke. Rather confusingly, someone born and bred in Yorkshire is also called a tyke. Examples of the Yorkshire dialect can be found in literary works such as ‘Wuthering Heights’ by Emily Bronte and Charles Dickens’ novel ‘Nicholas Nickleby’. The reader will notice that in Broad Yorkshire, ‘ye’, ‘thee’ and ‘thou’ are used instead of ‘you’ and the word ‘the’ is shortened to t’. Many people not from God’s Own County will consider the Yorkshire dialect as, shall we say, a little lugubrious
Yorkshire dialect looks at some key aspects of the Yorkshire accent as well as some dialect words and phrases which are still in. .Yorkshire is a beautiful part of Britain to visit, but will you understand the dialect when you get there? Source.
Yorkshire dialect looks at some key aspects of the Yorkshire accent as well as some dialect words and phrases which are still in fairly common use such as frame thissen, parky, nowt and tyke. It also covers some regional foods including Yorkshire pudding and parkin. Accent and pronunciation play a part in dialect, such as the Yorkshire habit of dropping H’s, which transforms happen into ‘appen, for example. Characteristics of a Yorkshire accent include; 1) a short ‘a’ sound in words like bath and laugh.
Australian/Harvard Citation. Waddington-Feather, John. 1970, Yorkshire dialect Dalesman Clapham via Lancaster. A Dalesman paperback. Bibliography: p. 79-80. Dialect literature, English - England - Yorkshire.
The dialect writings of John Hartley (1839–1915) not only capture the everyday speech of Victorian Yorkshire but also document many aspects of its social history
The dialect writings of John Hartley (1839–1915) not only capture the everyday speech of Victorian Yorkshire but also document many aspects of its social history. This anthology brings together ten of his poems with selections from his sardonically humorous essays on such diverse subjects as hope, sport, fools, foreign travel and cheating a landlord. A glossary of dialect words is provided. Read full description.
The Yorkshire dialect (also known as Broad Yorkshire, Tyke, Yorkie or Yorkshire English) is an English dialect of Northern England spoken in the English county of Yorkshire. The Yorkshire Dialect Society exists to promote use of the dialect in both humour and in serious linguistics; there is also an East Riding Dialect Society.
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