Regency Romance Era Thieves and Sporting Slang Y

A Very Merry Chase Regency Romance Era Lexicon Of Relevant Terms



YAM. To eat or stuff heartily.

YANK, or YANKEE DOODLE. A country lout: a name given to the New England men in North America. A general appellation for an American.

YARMOUTH COACH. A kind of low two-wheeled cart drawn by one horse,.

YARUM. Milk.

YELLOW. To look yellow; to be jealous.


YOKED. Married.

YOUNG ONE. A familiar expression of contempt for another’s ignorance, as  “Ah! I see you’re a young one.”  “How d’ye do, young one?”

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