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nards
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hey ya'll a south Texan here and I've been across the pond many many times and I've heard both words used on both sides of the pond. it depends on the words you grew up hearing your parents or friends say.
= balls, testies, nuts, etc where I come from. Comment by: Rand   
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nards/nads
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Americana short for gonads...."She gave me a good nad rub after we had sex...suppose it is like the word 'ass to arse' difference between Ameri-Brit with the 'r' the vocal accentual difference
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NED
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(Non Educated Dilinquent) refers to young kids who are always up to no-good and going no where in life. Often found drunk with a bottle of Buckey's in hand.
"But the first time I stood by the banks of the Clyde. I was so glad to have you standing back by my side. I was so proud of what we were doing. Me and you and a bottle of Buckie." [from the Song A Bottle of Buckie by Ted Leo And The Pharmacists]
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nice
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English slang for the Common Newt (aka the Spotted newt or the smooth newt)
evat/ nice? wtf is a newt ... common or spotted? Comment by: james   
A newt is a kind of lizard/salamander. Comment by: Hongroise   
a newt is a small amphibious lizard shaped creature that lives in areas with lots of moisture but rarely living in submersion for long periods of time unless you count the mud puppies they pretty much live in water full time..... anyways they are a close relative to the salamander in fact i think one is a subspecies of the other but i cant remember right now.... but yes its a small slimy lizard looking thing. Comment by: camon   
Sorry never heard the word nice used for a newt. Maybe regional, definitely not national. Comment by: hellsbells   
What is the British fascination with Newts, any way? In the US, we have one Newt called Gingrich, and the one is sufficient. Comment by: Downstrike   
a newt is an ambhipian, and though lizard like in shape, it is not related to them. they are related to salamanders, frogs, sirens, and toads. theyre normally found under rocks or logs in smallbodies of fresh water or in the mud. they must keep their skin moist or they will die. Comment by: victoria r   
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Nick
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to steal, "Someone nicked my iPhone."
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Nip
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Originates from south Yorkshire, for example Barnsley... nickname given to children.. little 'nippers' shorted to 'nip'
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Nosh
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Fellatio
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Numb
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Cool, good. "Thats totally numb, blud"
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Numpty
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idiot, silly person
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