Paas n. means: Pace
Paas n. means: Pace
Paas (n.) means: Pace
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Paas (n.): Pace
Paas (n.): The Easter festival.
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Paas means: Pace
Paas means: The Easter festival.
Bejewelling means: of Bejewel
Byronic means: Pertaining to, or in the style of, Lord Byron.
Conservancy means: Conservation, as from injury, defilement, or irregular use.
Hap means: To happen; to befall; to chance.
Ubiquity means: Existence everywhere, or in places, at the same time; omnipresence; as, the ubiquity of God is not disputed by those who admit his existence.
ALLER means: Aller is Dorset slang for an alder.
TACKLE means: Tackle is British slang for a watch chain. Tackle is British slang for the male genitals.
bruv means: Noun. A term of address, usually for a friend. A corruption of brother. [Mainly South-east use]
2/6 heave means: The original entry related to the term 4/6 heave which related to moving a fixed object belonging to (I believe) the Royal Navy (could be the RAF), one had to obtain a work order which was numbered 46. So when a group of squaddies (that's another one)were moving something, to make sure they all lifted at the same time someone called out. "4/6, Heave".However, it turns out the term is actually 2, 6 heave!"It's a naval expression, originally used when gun crews pulled the cannon in or out of the gun port. The 2 and the 6 related to the numbers of the men that were to pull- gunner 2 and gunner 6. Never heard it at school but my Dad, being a sailor, used it all the time. Normally shortened to just "2! 6!If anyone can add to this - or to the 4/6 heave story, please do.
Ash People means: (1)Noun Kids who wore all black. I guess we used it before getting around to using "goth."
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