a native or inhabitant of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, or the surrounding region.
the dialect spoken by Geordies.
of, relating to, or characteristic of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England or the surrounding region, its inhabitants, or their dialect.
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How to use Geordie in a sentence
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Two days before that deadline, Portland animal rights attorney Geordie Duckler filed a lawsuit.
I remember that “Ripper Tape”, that Geordie voice, and then that song, Thank You for Being a Friend.
Geordie Sinclair knew that this enthusiasm would soon evaporate.
Matters were now much easier and more comfortable for Geordie Sinclair and his wife.
A week had passed, and Geordie Sinclair and his boy, or at least all that could be gathered up of them, had been laid to rest.
A roar of applause greeted Geordie as he sat down, and words of appreciation broke from everyone in the room.
And yet to see Jingling Geordie, that bauds himself so much the wiser than other folk—to see him, ha!The Fortunes of Nigel | Sir Walter Scott
British Dictionary definitions for Geordie
a person who comes from or lives in Tyneside
the dialect spoken by these people
of or relating to these people or their dialect
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