bampot


bampot
Noun. A foolish and objectionable person. Derog. Cf. 'bam' and 'bamstick'. Scottish use

English slang and colloquialisms. 2014.

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  • bampot — I Scottish Vernacular Dictionary A mildly unhinged person. II Glesga Glossary Person of an unstable nature …   English dialects glossary

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  • bam — 1. interjection Representing a loud noise or heavy impact. Syn: bang, blam, pow, wham 2. noun a) ned, bampot …   Wiktionary

  • dobber — I Australian Slang a tell tale; the person has told someone else what you ve been up to II Scottish Vernacular Dictionary A tube, a bampot, a half erect penis III Glesga Glossary Penis IV Scottish Vernacular Dictionary Idiot …   English dialects glossary

  • diddie (also diddy) — Scottish Vernacular Dictionary Twit, confused person, bit of a (see bampot) Also a breast. Example:See thon: he s a right diddie so he is …   English dialects glossary

  • auld — I Scottish Vernacular Dictionary Old Example:Get aff yer erse ya auld weegie bampot II Cleveland Dialect List old …   English dialects glossary

  • bamstick — Glesga Glossary Akin to a bampot, perhaps a liitle more complex …   English dialects glossary


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