yardie

IPA: jˈɑrdi

noun

  • (Australia, New Zealand, slang) A yard of ale.
  • (Jamaica) A Jamaican.
  • (chiefly Britain) A member of an Afro-Caribbean gang who engages in organized crime, especially drug trafficking.
  • Alternative form of Yardie [(Jamaica) A Jamaican.]

Examples of "yardie" in Sentences

  • One of a number of Yardie gangs at large in London.
  • Neither am I a Yardie gangster drug dealer, for that matter.
  • They are rival to another Yardie gang but their turf and name is not known.
  • There have been writers that have written about the subject of Yardie culture.
  • Although I have not read the books, it may provide insight into Yardie culture.
  • The more Deli shuts Digger out, the more Ashley gravitates toward Hackney's "yardie" culture.
  • And yardie gangs from Metrocity arenot about to choose the woods near Yew Tree Farm tostart a turf war over drugs and bitches or whatever it is they fight over.
  • And yardie gangs from Metrocity are not about to choose the woods near Yew Tree Farm to start a turf war over drugs and bitches or whatever it is they fight over.
  • Less Jamaican yardie drug dealers and hoards of unwashed moslem savages currently encamped in France looking for the chance to sneak into Blighty an quickly marry a Chavetteor 4 for a life of benefits on the local council sink estate whilst muttering darkly about their rights and protesting over Danish MP's or cartoons etc.

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