ENGL 213, Studies in American Literature
Appalachian Literature
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Appalachian Dialect from River of Earth
shucky beans
skippers
barking a squirrel
bile
crap
drap
rio lamp
salet greens
poke
mealy
victuals
plantain
speckled jack
peart
dogtick
stickweeds
bubby bush
pine-blank
penny-rile
dram
sprig
potter-racking
darksome
dolesome
rag-tagging
rusty
wheedle-dee
doughbeater
gonnies
line
quare
onbelieving
onreckoning
piece-way
do-dacks
granny hatchets
gon
poppet
jackrock
linn
latch-pin
seasash
a pretty
against
taking boot
to line a hymn
withouten
sandingest
latened
battling block
a witty
rack his own jennies
hit the shucks
old maids
Job's tears
pleasure (as verb)
never they come
"hope me to die"
unbelonging
puny
juning
janders
Ruling Day
"I'd be not to go"
scarifiers
called to straw
skikepokes
bangtails

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