Dictionary of Cockney Rhyming Slang
is a handful of Cockney phrases with some contextual
examples of their use. Most of these are the more commonly
used ones – though in some cases only regionally – in modern
and Eve =Believe =Would you Adam and Eve it?
Alligator= Later= See you later alligator.
Apples and Pears =Stairs= Get up those apples to bed!
Barnet Fair= Hair= I'm going to have my barnet cut.
and Honey =Money =Hand over the bees.
Butcher's Hook= Look =I had a butchers at it through the
Crust of Bread =Head =Use your crust, lad.
Daffadown Dilly= Silly= She's a bit daffy.
of Bread =Head =Think about it; use your loaf.
Mince Pies =Eyes= What beautiful minces.
Oxford Scholar =Dollar= Could you lend me an Oxford?
Rabbit and Pork= Talk =I don't know what she's rabbiting
Scarpa Flow Go Scarpa! The police are coming!
Trouble and Strife= Wife= The trouble's been shopping again.
Uncle Bert =Shirt= I'm ironing my Uncle.
Weasel and Stoat =Coat =Where's my weasel?
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