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Were there any popular sayings or slang in the 1930s?
Last Updated: 11th January, 2020
|Slang of the 30s|
|Abyssinia||I'll be seeing you|
|Aces, snazzy, hot, nobby, smooth, sweet, swell, keen, cool||Very good|
|All the way||Chocolate cake or fudge with ice cream|
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Thereof, how did they talk in the 1930s?
Examples of 1930s slang Horn - This means telephone. Broad/dame/doll - These words were all slang for the fairer sex; they simply referred to women. Gat/rod/heater/convincer - A couple of these words are still used today when referring to a gun.
Subsequently, question is, what were popular sayings in the 70s? 20 Slang Terms From the 1970s No One Uses Anymore
- Catch you on the flip-side. The other side of today is tomorrow, so to catch you on the flip side means to see you again tomorrow.
- Do me a solid. A solid is a favor because, um… favors aren't liquid?
- Boogie down.
- Brick house.
- Stop dipping in my Kool-Aid.
- What a fry.
- The Man.
Hereof, what are the slang words for 2019?
Top Ten Slang Words Too Look Out For In 2019
- "Tea." = "gossip."
- "Beat." = applying make-up as in "I gotta go beat my face".
- "Snatched." = It means you look good aka you're "looking snatched".
- "G.O.A.T." = "Greatest Of All Time".
- "Extra" = over the top.
- "Gucci." = good.
- "Keep it 100." = "keep it real."
What was the first slang word?
Origins of Slang Words Even the exact origin of the word slang is unknown! It was first seen in print around 1800, but was probably used in speech long before that. Other commonly used slang words that have been around for a long time are: "bad," which has been used to mean "good" since 1897.