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The meaning of the South Yorkshire colloqialism Beadul is known only to a small few. A noun, Beadul is often shouted out in conversation to confuse those in the prescence of the shouter and is only used by those who know it's meaning.

It is thought that Beadul originates from the word latin word "beatle", meaning bug-like. However many believe that it is a Germanic word. For more information visit:www.beadul_info.com

Lancashire girl: "So we'll meet at 7 then okay?"

South Yorkshire lad: "Yeah, sounds good!"

Lancashire girl: "I'll bring the dip and Pirates of the -"

Rudeley interrupted by South Yorkshire Lad - "BEADUL!!"
by Rebeckmeister October 22, 2007