Wp/nth/Wearside dialect

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The Wearside Dialect, mair offen knawn as Mackem i Sunderland, is the soothrenmyest dialect o the Northumbrian language. Alang wi the Tyneside dialect, it is yen o the twe kinds ov urban Northumbrian. In minin toons a similar dialect is spoken where it is knawn as Pitmatic an aa. Hooiver, the Pitmatic in this area is mair related te Mackem than the dialect knawn bi the syem nyem spoken i sooth east Northumberland.

Exemple textsEdit

Awder dialectEdit

  • Aw teird the fitter the keels wad be alreet; but like all cliver fuils, he knaws far better nor onybody else. Sendin a man up te steith iv a day like this, wiv a chance te parish like a thowl afore he gets hyem agyen; an all for nowt, or else aw wadn’t care! Ef he had what he disarves, he wad spend his Christmas i the kitty, or else i the pun-fawd.
  • “Noo, petals,” sed awd Mrs Rabbit yan morn, “ye may gan te the fields or alang the lonnen, but ye're nivrr te gan stravagin in the Hind's garth: thee fether got his lames thor aareet, for the Hind's wifie ceuked him in a pot pie. Se haway wi ye, an dinnet get wrang. Aw’m off on me errands, me.”

21st CenturyEdit

Laird's prayerEdit

Wor father that is iv hivvan,
Holy is thaw nyem.
Thy kingdom come,
Thy will be deun on earth,
The syem as iv hivvan.
Give uz teday oor daily breed,
An forgive uz oor sins,
As we forgive the wrangs
Others hes deun agyen uz.
And dinnet lead uz inte temptation,
But deliver uz frev evil.

Dialect wardsEdit

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