16 Popular Slangs Of The Medieval Era We Must Bring Back

16 Popular Slangs Of The Medieval Era We Must Bring Back
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Let's invent the old slangs and make a new language to communicate with. We all know the present slangs and we hope learning new slangs will be just amazing.

Many archaic words, which are today slang, are used when one wants to communicate in an old-fashioned way, say in a play or a novel. Knowing these slang is always a good thing for anyone, and here we have brought to you fifteen most popular slang to boost your vocabulary. Cheers!

1. Tirliry-puffkin

1. Tirliry-puffkin

It means a flirty woman!

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2. Bank's closed

2. Bank's closed
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This has nothing to do with a bank. When someone said "Bank's closed" it means: No kissing or making out!

3. Bearcat

3. Bearcat
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A hot-blooded girl!

4. Check

4. Check
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This one meant "Kiss me later!"

5. Ciggy

5. Ciggy
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That's an almost obvious one! Means a cigarette.

6. Handcuff

6. Handcuff
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This one is a bit of a surprise. It means an engagement ring!

7. Neck

7. Neck
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These terms feel more like code words, given their meaning! To neck means to kiss with passion!

8. Spoon

8. Spoon
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Means to neck, or at least talk of love.

9. Tomato

9. Tomato
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I have no idea how this makes any sense, but it means 'female.'

10. Goofy

10. Goofy
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This one means: to fall in love.

11. Butt me

11. Butt me
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If someone said 'butt me', he meant 'I'll take a cigarette!'

12. Cash

12. Cash
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Cash meant a kiss! These code words only seem to get stranger! Maybe even you can use one in your daily life!

13. Bull

13. Bull
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That one means a policeman!

14. Dead soldier

14. Dead soldier
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This means an empty beer bottle!

15. Big cheese

15. Big cheese
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This one probably makes enough sense! It means a big shot.

16. Bridewell

16. Bridewell
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That means a prison, and that was probably what you didn't even think it could mean, right?