Wp/nth/Wearside dialect

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Thi Wearside Dialect, mair offins knaan as Mackem i Sunnerlan, is thi soothrenmyest dialect o thi Northumbrian lenguiche. Alang wi thi Tyneside dialect, it is yen o thi twee kynds on urban Northumbrian. It is spocken i Sunnerlan i Tyne an Wear an i pairts o Coonty Durham an aał.

I thi city o Sunnerlan is thi dialect is knaan as Mackem tho i thi minin toons o Durham an Wearside it is mair offins caad "Pitmatic", hooanivvor, thi Durham-Wearside Pitmatic is mair sib wi Mackem an differs frae thi Dialect o Soothren Northummerlan at's ken'd bi thi syem nyem.

Exemple textsEdit

  • A teird thi fitter thi keels wad be aal reet; but like aal clivvor feuls, he knaas far better nor onybody else. Sendin a man up ti steith iv a day like this, wiv a chance ti parish like a thowl afore he gets hyem agyen; an aal for nowt, or else A waddent care! Eff he had what he disarves, he wad spend his Christmas i thi kitty, or else i thi pun-faad.
  • “Noo, petals,” sed aad Mrs Rabbit yan morn, “ye may gan ti thi fields or alang thi lonnin, but ye'r nivvor ti gan stravagin in thi Hind's garth: thee fethor got his lames thor aareet, for thi Hind's wifie keuked him in a pot pie. See haway wi ye, an dinnit get wrang. A'm off on me errands, me.”

Laird's prayerEdit

Oor fatthor in hivvin,
Holy is yor nyem.
Yor kingdom cum,
Yor will be deun on orth,
Thi syem as in hivvin.
Giv us Yor breed thi day,
An forgive us oor sins,
As wu forgive thi wrangs
Ithers dee agyen us.
Dinnit let us be tempted,
An free us frae evil.

Dialect wardsEdit

Tyneside Wearside
divvent dinnit, divvent
tyek tak
myek mak
(h)yem (h)yem,
(h)yam
wor oor, our
wu us