Mancunian is the associated adjective and demonym of Manchester, a city in North West England. It may refer to: Anything from or related to the city of Manchester or the county of Greater Manchester, in particular: The people of Manchester (see also List of people from Manchester)
What does Chester mean in Manchester?
The suffix -chester comes from the Latin castrum meaning encampment. One is that in both cases the word to which the suffix is attached is a Celtic one. The first element of Manchester is probably related to the Celtic *mamm meaning a breast-like hill.
What does your kid mean in Manchester?
Our kid. Not to be confused with your child, this means your brother or sister in Manchester. Occasionally a close friend, but usually a sibling. Pronounce it are kid.
What is Brummie slang?
Definition: Bab is generally a term of endearment meant for people you know quite well. Kind of like saying hun or babe. Whereas babby means baby.
What does manky mean in British?
manky in British English (ˈmæŋkɪ ) adjectiveWord forms: mankier or mankiest slang. worthless, rotten, or in bad taste. dirty, filthy, or bad.
What Manchester is famous for?
11 Reasons Why Manchester is One of the UKs Most Famous CitiesThe city created the worlds first programmable computer.Its home to the longest-running soap opera in the world.It is the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution.Rolls-Royce made its partnership official here.More items •Aug 12, 2020
What does Chester mean in English?
The English place-name Chester, and the suffixes -chester, -caster and -cester (old -ceaster), are commonly indications that the place is the site of a Roman castrum, meaning a military camp or fort (cf. The pronunciation of names ending in -chester or -caster is regular.