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6 definitions by The Gewfie Newfie

 
1.
Newfoundlanders use this as a response to gossip, news, information. Also means the same as "oh really?", "No way!", "you got to be kidding me" etc.

Also used in forming a sentence involving a question or wondering.
1.Lucy: I think Sue is having a party tomorrow night.
Meg: I dare say?

2.Chuck: I dare say I will be going to Sue's party.
Bill: I dare say? I will see ya there then.
by The Gewfie Newfie January 19, 2011
 
2.
Newfoundland slang for "My Lord have mercy" or "Lord have mercy"

Ah is pronounced "awe".
There's a fire down the street!
Oh my lard ah mercy call 911!
by The Gewfie Newfie January 19, 2011
 
3.
Newfoundland slang for being annoyed, pestered, irritated. Another way of saying "that gets on my nerves". Another way of saying "my patience is gone". It is also sometimes used as a response - instead of oh my gosh, no way, get outta here.
Mary: How are you today Donna?
Donna: The youngesters are driving me crazy!
Mary: Why, are they being annoying?
Donna: Yes, me nerves is rubbed right raw!
Mary: oh me nerves oh me nerves is gone
by The Gewfie Newfie January 19, 2011
 
4.
Newfoundland slang for being annoyed, pestered, irritated. Another way of saying "that gets on my nerves". Another way of saying "my patience is gone". It is also sometimes used as a response - instead of oh my gosh, no way, get outta here.
Conner: The cost of gasoline just went up again!
Betsy: Oh me nerves is gone!
by The Gewfie Newfie January 19, 2011
 
5.
Newfie slang for being sent.
1.Yes, it got sawn over in the mail.
2. I just sawn it over, you should have it soon.
by The Gewfie Newfie January 19, 2011
 
6.
Newfoundland slang given to something edible that is really difficult to chew.
Aunt Mary baked some bisquits. I did not have the heart to tell her they were as hard as a snarbuckle.
by The Gewfie Newfie January 19, 2011