afferbeck lauder

Australian Slang
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  • Afferbeck Lauder — was the pseudonym used by Alastair Ardoch Morrison (born Melbourne 21 September 1911 died 15 March 1998), an Australian graphic artist and author who in the 1960s documented Strine in a series of books beginning with Let Stalk Strine (Ure Smith,… …   Wikipedia

  • Afferbeck lauder — alphabetical order …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • Lauder (disambiguation) — Lauder is a surname that may refer to: * Abram William Lauder * Afferbeck Lauder * Alexander Lauder * Alexander Lauder of Blyth * Colin Lauder * David Ross Lauder * Estée Lauder (person) ** Estée Lauder Companies ** Leonard Lauder (son) ** Ronald …   Wikipedia

  • Lauder — /ˈlɔdə/ (say lawduh) noun Afferbeck AA → Morrison …   Australian English dictionary

  • Strine — was a term coined in 1964 [The Oxford Companion to the English Language, Oxford University Press (1992), p. 990 (ISBN 0 19 214183 X)] and subsequently used to describe a joke or made up language purportedly spoken by Australians. The term is a… …   Wikipedia

  • Anglais australien — L anglais australien (abréviations linguistiques : AuE, AusE, en AU). Il s’agit de la forme de l’anglais parlé en Australie. Sommaire 1 Contexte linguistique socio historique 2 Variations et changement de l’anglais australien 3 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Strine — /straɪn / (say struyn) noun 1. Colloquial Australian English, humorously and affectionately regarded. 2. the form of it which appeared in the books of Alistair Morrison, pen name Afferbeck Lauder , where it was written in scrambled form to… …   Australian English dictionary

  • South African English — (SAE, en ZA [en ZA is the language code for South African English , as defined by ISO standards (see ISO 639 1 and ISO 3166 1 alpha 2) and Internet standards (see IETF language tag).] ) is a dialect of English spoken in South Africa and in… …   Wikipedia

  • 1911 in Australia — Infobox Australian year year = 1911 monarch = George V governor general = William Ward, 2nd Earl of Dudley, then Thomas Denman, 3rd Baron Denman pm = Andrew Fisher population = 4,489,545 australian = elections = Victoria, WA See also: 1910 in… …   Wikipedia

  • Strine — Australian slang and pronunciation; form of Australian English which appeared in the books of Alastair Morrison, pen name Afferbeck Lauder (that is, alphabetical order ), where it was written in a form meant to represent broad pronunciation, but… …   Dictionary of Australian slang

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