Definition of Nowt. Meaning of Nowt. Synonyms of Nowt

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Definition of Nowt

Nowt
Nowt Nowt, n. pl. (Zo["o]l.) Neat cattle.

Meaning of Nowt from wikipedia

- spelled "noughty". The words "owt" and "nowt" are used in Northern English. For example, if tha does owt for nowt do it for thysen: if you do something...
- Upper House should be an elected body, it's that simple." — Richard Grant, Nowt so **** as folk, The Guardian (9 Jan 2004) Guest married actress Jamie Lee...
- socially inappropriate behaviour. The Northern English expression "there's nowt so **** as folk", meaning "there is nothing as strange as people", employs...
- adverti****ts for Tetley tea, the voice behind the advertising slogan "Bread wi' nowt taken out" for Allinson bread, and the voice of "Big Pig", the mascot for...
- offers information on a gang of salmon poachers operating in the area. 5 5 "Nowt But A Prank" James Ormerod Barry Woodward 8 May 1992 (1992-05-08) Nick finds...
- (meaning "pretty") and "stot" ("bounce") are used in Scots; "aye" ("yes") and "nowt" (IPA:/naʊt/, rhymes with out, "nothing") are used elsewhere in Northern...
- Look up there's nowt so **** as folk in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. **** as Folk may refer to: **** as Folk (British TV series), 1999–2000 ****...
- the programme comes from a traditional Northern English saying, "there's nowt so **** as folk", meaning "there's nothing as strange as people", and is...
- Waiting for Guffman commentary, 2001. Richard Grant (January 10, 2004). "Nowt so **** as folk". The Guardian W****end. Archived from the original on December...
- English language and dialect; affectionate local terms like "eh, chuck?", "nowt" (/naʊt/, from nought, meaning nothing), and "by 'eck!" became widely heard...