Of course this list is just the tip of the iceberg - there are hundreds of expressions in the Derbyshire dialect - so feel free to share more local lingo on our Facebook page.
1. Ay-up, me duck
A common greeting around these parts, in which 'ay-up' means 'hello' and 'duck' is a term of endearment.
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2. 'Ow do
Hello, how are you
3. It's a bit black over our Bill's mother's
It looks like there's rain on the ay
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4. It's definitely a cob!
What you call a round piece of bread can start arguments and even pub fights! Round here it's a cob. Less civilised parts may call them rolls, baps - even barms.
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