from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
pickle, pightle. Minsheu.
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- noun Northumbrian
- verb Northumbrian To
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Wen Ai wuz in teh horse pittle, Ai towld sumwun Ai wuz goin 2 theyatur awn Therzdai an her sed Oh lubblee, wat aer u goin 2 see!
Shame on the author for even printing this pittle!
For years, pilots have used pittle pads, essentially heavy duty plastic bags with a sponge inside for relief on long haul flights but at least two planes have crashed over the years when pilots had to unbuckle to use them.
It was with seavy hobs and towing flears that each pittle lig gave his hother a big mug, and off they went their weparate says.
Ashore, if a man's ill he goes to a horse-pittle and 'as a nice nurse to wait on' im; at sea the mate comes down and tells 'im that there is nothing the matter with' im, and asks 'im if he ain't ashamed of' imself.
& Neal gilbert 7 left here a few days a go, to [go] [to] the harse pittle they expected to get furloughs to go home from thare,