Eggy-peggy

secret language used by schoolchildren in which normal words are modified by adding into each syllable the sound 'ug'; thus 'hug' becomes 'hu-gug'; 'You are a pig' becomes 'Yu-goo ugar uga pugig'

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • eggy-peggy — Australian Slang secret language used by schoolchildren in which normal words are modified by adding into each syllable the sound ug ; thus hug becomes hu gug ; You are a pig becomes Yu goo ugar uga pugig …   English dialects glossary

  • Arpie-darpie — secret language used by schoolchildren in which normal words are modified by adding into each syllable the sound arp ; thus hug becomes harpug ; You are a pig becomes Yarpu arpar arpa parpig . See: alibi, eggy peggy, obo language. Also, arfie… …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • Aygo-paygo — secret language used by schoolchildren in which normal words are modified by adding into each syllable the sound ug ; thus hug becomes hu gug ; You are a pig becomes Yu goo ugar uga pugig . See alibi, arp language, obo language. Also, eggy peggy …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • arpie-darpie — Australian Slang secret language used by schoolchildren in which normal words are modified by adding into each syllable the sound arp ; thus hug becomes harpug ; You are a pig becomes Yarpu arpar arpa parpig . See: alibi, eggy peggy, obo language …   English dialects glossary

  • aygo-paygo — Australian Slang secret language used by schoolchildren in which normal words are modified by adding into each syllable the sound ug ; thus hug becomes hu gug ; You are a pig becomes Yu goo ugar uga pugig . See alibi, arp language, obo language.… …   English dialects glossary

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