Welcome to what is the penultimate quiz round dedicated to the Isle of Wight's dialect1 - and I can tell you for Y.
Y oh Y oh Y is this the penultimate round?
Quick Fire Round: Y Fronts
Can You match the correct words from the meanings listed below?
There are three possible answers listed for each word below, but only one is correct. Can You guess which is right?
- Sovereigns or guineas.
- Yachties' racing marks.
- Type of male goose.
- Gooseberry jam.
- Binding a bargain.
- Handbag for carrying children in.
- Yeast used to make alcoholic beverages.
- Ye of little faith.
- To agree, say yea or yes.
- Earth and soil.
- A Japanese money lender.
- To beat until tender.
- Noise made by a small dog.
- To be sycophantic or a yes-man.
- A wallop, to be hit.
- A dollop or splodge.
- Someone who, when offered to be given a full-course dinner, prefers to eat fat-free yoghurt and fruit instead.
- Gabble, unnecessary talk.
- An unlocal yokel from the mainland.
- For a married man to be found spending time in the company of a much younger woman.
- A group of hooligans.
- Mythical creatures that leave babies in cabbage patches.
- Trouser straps to stop rodents climbing up where you don't want them.
- Spending the day climbing up and down downs 'til you're neither up nor down.
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