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Some are very much Naked girls in Brownville Nebraska with the war and did not make their way into mainstream colloquial English. For example no bon English no alongside French bon, meaning "good" and napoo from il Liberry en a plus or il n'y a plus - "there is no more"which was used in the war to mean "finished", "no more", or as a verb to mean "kill" "Poor Bill got na-poohed by a rifle-grenade yesterday.

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These familiar names were sometimes used in a manner verging on the affectionate, indicating the sympathy which privates on either side sometimes expressed towards each other. The etymology of skive is uncertain, but it may have derived from French esquiver "to escape, avoid" - if so, the word would be the most prominent Free sex contacts ohio to English from French resulting from WW1.

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Several more were based on the sound of shells as they approached or exploded, as pipsqueak, whizz-bang, fizz-bang, crump, plonker, and perhaps streetcar. It is also used in English speaking countries such as Australia. It can also relate to an abuse of trust, such as "You can use my 'phone, but don't take the piss!

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Although it was first used during the Boer war, it was not until WW1 that Blighty spread widely and developed new meanings. Given the immediate relevance of weaponry and ammunition to soldiers' lives, it is not surprising that numerous slang words for shell or bullet were coined. By the end of the war, though, strafe had narrowed to refer to a very particular type of punishment that the armies were inflicting, and took on the meaning it most commonly has today - that of attacking with machine-gun fire from low-flying aircraft.

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