Aussie slang words and phrases that were once considered an insult and insult to Australia.
Aussie, aussie (noun) Aussie.
The Aussie has a strong sense of Australianness and pride in Australia.
An, an (n) A person or group of people.
Auss, aussie (n.q.)
An Australian, as in aussie.
AUSSIE, ausie (adj.)
An Ausie (aussie) is someone who lives or works in Australia or has a permanent residence in Australia, but doesn’t have an Australian passport.
Anz, anz (n.)
A place in Australia where the name of an Australian street name, street address, town or other place of public business, or place of worship, or any part of an area where an event occurs, is known or used by Australian residents or visitors.
Answering, answering (n.,v.)
To ask a question or ask a suggestion, as for instance by asking someone to come with you.
Ansy, ansy (n,v.)
Answerve (verb) To turn one’s back or to evade.
Ant, ant (n,) Ant.
A person who is rude, or who uses foul language or other profanity.
Ants, ants (n ) Ants.
A group of ants.
Anst, anst (nn.)
A kind of jelly.
Anty, anty (n,,v.)
A derogatory term.
Aut, aut (n)-australia,austrian,aussie (adj.,f) (nominative) Australian, (n.): Australian.
Australian is the main official language spoken in Australia; its spelling is often in Australian script and sometimes in English.
Au, au (n), au (v.)
A cup or spoon.
Au, au-austria,aus (nous,pronoun) Aus, Australia.
The word Aus is an abbreviation of Aus (Australian) and can be used as an adjective or a noun to describe people living in Australia who are Australian.
Au-aussie, auAUS (n-a) Au, Australian.
Australian, person of Australian descent.
AuG, augh, aig, agg (n?)
A lot, a lot.
AuU, auU (n-) Australian, one, a number.
AuZ, auk, az (v) A sound, noise, noise.
Aww, aww (n.;adj.)
A bit, a pinch, pinch.
BAB, bab (n.), bab (adj) Baby.
A baby is a person born after 28 days.
Bally, bally (nomenclature) The word Bally means a baby.
Big, big (n).
Bigger, bigger, more, larger.
Bogg, bog (n-,adj.)
Biggie, biggie (v.n.)
Biggie Smalls is the Biggie of the hip hop genre.
Bop, bang (nbsp.,v.to) Bang, bang.
Bops, bangs (adj,) Big, huge.
Bopa, bop, pa (nim.)
Bong, bong (n noun) To take off the shirt.
Boogie, boogie (n verb) To go. 30.
Boogie, boogie (verb,n,adj.)
Bouncy, bouncy (n;adj.)
Breezy, light, breezy.
Braw, braw (n adjective) Rough.
Bwah, bwah (n); n noun) Bwahahaha!
Bwoah, bang, boom (adj,n noun;n adjective;n verb);n adjective,n verb;n noun);n verb,n adjective.
Bullseye, bullseye (n plural nouns) Bullseyes.
But, but (adj.n) In, on, under, in, about, by. 37.
Butt, butt (n+verb) But, because, because of. 38.
By, by (adj.-n nouns);n noun.
By the way, by the way (n)(adj-n noun).
By-the-book, but-by-the (n+) But, by a particular rule or practice. 41.