Also gesumph or gesumpf, said to have come into the British property business from the second-hand car trade in the 1970s. originally means to swindle, cheat or steal, now means to outbid (peculiar to the English and Welsh housing market). Ultimately derived from a German word meaning to put into a swamp or, in the modern idiom, to dump in the shit. first recorded in English in 1928
testicles. Arabic word came back with the Crusaders, used by Chaucer. Arabic word 'naqqaara' mans the huge drums slung either side of a horse. It originally meant v. big testicles. see pills. Not to be confused with knackered meaning 'exhausted' or 'tired'ultimately from a word meaning to re-cycle horses
do chavs shave their nackers? Does the Pope have a balcony?