Scouse - a stew derived from a dish introduced to Liverpool by Norwegian sailors known as lob scouse.
Scouse - the local Liverpool dialect.
Scouser - a term originally applied to Liverpool sailors, due to thier habit of eating scouse, but subsequently applied to liverpudlians in general.
Scouse - the local Liverpool dialect. A mixture of lancashire, welsh & irish influences resulting in a unique and instantly recognisable accent. The accent developed after 1847 when the Irish famine led to a doubling of the local population, and left liverpool with a unique Irish heritage. Liverpool is the only mainland British city to elect an irish nationaist MP.