BLACK COUNTRY DIALECT S - T (A selection of reference Words, Terms & Spellings)
Scrumpin' pinching fruit (usually apples) from someone's orchard
Sharra Motor Coach - derived from char-Ã -banc (Drawn wagon)
Sharrap Shut up, be quiet.
Sheed to spill a liquid
Shek/Shekin Shake, shaking
Siden Out of perpendicular, crooked. aka The Crooked House, aka The Siden House
Siken to sigh (from the Old English 'Sican' )
Skraze graze, scratch
Scromble a tangle of wool, string, and the like
Snap Food, commonly lunch taken by a working man
Spockle to cover with drops of moisture
Soople to soften, make supple
Steen stew jar or earthenware pot
Suff sewer or drain, eg "Down the suff" - down the drain
Sup to sip, a sip, drink
Swilker to spill or splash
Swopson a heavily built woman, used in a semi-humorous sense
Tack up improvement in the weather, eg "It'll tack up tonight"
Tocky-bonk a pit mound
Tararabit Bye for now
Tai(tay) tea, also "it isn't"
Tek after to resemble, look like physically, mentally, or emotionally
Tewthree a few, two or three, always used as a noun preceded by "a"
Thaten that one
Thissen this one
Thrial group of three, used only in the card game of Cribbage
Thrape thrash. Give 'im a good thrapin'
Tiswas Confused, "getting in a tiswas"
Tizzicky having an irritating dry cough
Tranklements small possessions, bits and pieces, paraphernalia, precious possessions.
Trapes walking aimlessly about, eg "Trapesin' in an' ott like a dog at a fair"
Trussen to trust
Tummy a snack, especially a collier's mid-morning snack