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plain {adj} [archaic or regional] [flat, level]
456
flach [eben]
purty {adj} [Am.] [regional variant of pretty]
81
hübsch
forelast {adj} [coll.] [regional] [penultimate]
62
vorletzte
thar {adv} [regional] [nonstandard]
45
dort
purdy {adj} [regional] [not acceptable English in most settings]
39
hübsch
happen {adv} [Scot.] [Br. regional] [perhaps, maybe]
37
vielleicht
youse {pron} [coll.] [regional]
37
ihr
sb. durst [archaic or regional] [sb. dared]
30
jd. wagte
hacky {adj} [Br.] [regional] [dirty]
15
dreckig [ugs.]
traditional {adj} [regional or national tradition]
15
landestypisch
Whist! [Br.] [regional]
13
Still!
ole {adj} [Am.] [coll.] [regional] [hum.] [dated]
10
alt [ugs.] [pej.] [hum.] [verstärkend bei negativen oder humoristischen Bezeichnungen und Schimpfwörtern]
rageous {adj} [regional] [archaic]
10
wütend
reet {adj} [sl.] [right] [Am.] [regional Br. dialect]
8
gut
biggity {adj} [Am.] [regional] [coll.]
6
eingebildet
ole {adj} [Am.] [coll.] [regional or hum.] [also fig.] [old]
6
oll [ugs.] [bes. nordd.] [hum.] [auch fig.] [alt]
onct {adv} [Am. regional: once]
6
einmal
brickle {adj} [Am.] [regional] [brittle]
5
spröde
dern {adj} [secret] [archaic or regional]
5
geheim
earnful {adj} [Br.] [regional]
5
beunruhigt
nazzy {adj} [rare] [regional]
5
angetrunken
meteo. airish {adj} [Am. regional] [Scot.] [cool, chilly]kühl [frisch, kalt]
areal {adj} [regional]gebietlich
boughten {adj} [Br.] [Am.] [regional]gekauft
brewstered {adj} [Br.] [regional]superreich [ugs.]
donsie {adj} [Am.] [regional]kränklich
ellish {adj} [sl.] [Br.] [regional]super [ugs.]
emmetlike {adj} [literary or regional] [also: emmet-like] [antlike]ameisenhaft
firster {adj} [obs.] [regional] [early modern English]erstere
flibbertigibbety {adj} [Br. regional or archaic] [gossipy]schwatzhaft
fratchy {adj} [Br.] [regional] [quarrelsome]streitsüchtig
meteo. frostified {adj} [Br.] [regional] [very cold]frostig
juberous {adj} [Am.] [regional] [hesitating]unsicher [zögernd]
less'n {conj} [regional] [unless]außer
less'n {conj} [regional] [unless]es sei denn, (dass) ...
meteo. mizzling {adj} [esp. Br.] [regional] [drizzling]nieselnd
meteo. mooth {adj} [Scot.] [Eng. regional]schwülheiß
perzactly {adv} [Am.] [regional and humorous: exactly]genau
rafty {adj} [Br.] [regional]rau [Wetter, Gegend, Zeiten]
runty {adj} [Am. or regional]zwergenhaft
sb. mun [Br.] [regional] [must]jd. muss
slutchy {adj} [Br.] [regional]matschig [ugs.]
Unverified spreathed {adj} [Br.] [regional]spröde [Haut]
tarblish {adv} [Br.] [regional] [to some extent, reasonably, fairly]halbwegs
tomorn {adv} [Br. regional] [rare or archaic]morgen
unpossibly {adv} [rare] [coll.] [regional]unmöglich
Verbs
to wallop sb. [Am.] [regional] [beat up]
315
jdn. verprügeln
to wallop sb. [Am.] [regional] [beat sb. up]
84
jdn. durchprügeln
to rather sb./sth. [nonstandard or regional] [prefer] [often with a modal verb, e.g. I would rather a coffee]
64
jdn./etw. vorziehen
to wallop sb. [Am.] [regional] [beat sb. up]
64
jdn. verdreschen [ugs.]
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Q 2021-04-10: halt [österr.] [schweiz.] [regional]?
A 2020-04-10: und schweiz. [regional] oder [selten], falls überhaupt
A 2015-07-24: Ein gemeinsames Tag [südd. regional] grenzt süddeutsch ein: also NUR regio...
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A 2015-06-28: Duden sagt [regional]: http://www.duden.de/rechtschreibung/Knast_Brotende_...
A 2013-03-20: ist [regional] verständlich,

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