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5 definitions by Tommy w

 
1.
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.
by Tommy w October 05, 2005
 
2.
A wool is short for the Liverpool term Wooly Back which is a derogatory expression for people from lancashire and cheshire, originating from the early 1900's when the population of lancashire used to wear a form of sheepskin coat and was considered to be a sheep shagger by scousers.

This of course has not changed much, except the lancashire and cheshire fashion sense has got worse
a Liverpool football song from the 70's

There's a wooly over there
baggy kecks and feathered hair
with a 3 star jumper half way up his back
thats a f8cking wooly back
by Tommy w October 05, 2005
 
3.
A wool is short for the Liverpool term Wooly Back which is a derogatory expression for people from lancashire and cheshire, originating from the early 1900's when the population of lancashire used to wear a form of sheepskin coat and was considered to be a sheep shagger by scousers.

This of course has not changed much, except the lancashire and cheshire fashion sense has got worse
Wool A liverpool football song from the 1970's goes

Ther's a wolly over there
baggy kecks and feathered hair
with a 3 start jumper half way up his back
thats a f8cking wolly back
by Tommy w October 05, 2005
 
4.
A wooly is short for the Liverpool term Wooly Back which is a derogatory expression for people from lancashire and cheshire, originating from the early 1900's when the population of lancashire used to wear a form of sheepskin coat and was considered to be a sheep shagger by scousers.

This of course has not changed much, except the lancashire and cheshire fashion sense has got worse
see wooly back or manc or sheep shagger or wool
by Tommy w October 05, 2005
 
5.
arogant big headed loud mouthed non entities from london. have a lot in common with mushrooms (big heads , live in the dark and are raised on shit).
Cockney pays £500K for a pile of crap, and calls it living in shabby chic.
by Tommy w October 05, 2005