Says 'why aye' a lot. Wears T-shirts and shorts in middle of winter complaining about how hot it is.
by pieman April 09, 2003
A person from the North East of England sometime described as 'Scotsmen with there brains kicked out' the people from this area defy this label with there friendly, gregacious natures.

The local drink is the kickass Newcastle Brown Ale, or Nooky Broown. After several pint's of this brew a Geordie will start to sing traditional songs like Lambton Worm with its references to Saint George slaying the dragon (worm).

If you are from the South of England (Anywhere further South than Scarbourough counts)and misbehave a Geordie may gently admonish you with the local reprimand of laying the 'heed' on you.

Geordies enjoy supporting the local football team Newcastle United also known as the Toon armie or the Magpies.

While the accent is a little difficult to understand at first, a visit to Geordieland is well worth the effort.

Sometimes individuals from this area when living in the South of England are knicknamed Geordie.
Are you having a pint Geordie?

He is a Geordie from Newcastle
by Blue Cawdrey November 19, 2004
A person who comes from Newcastle. Probably most famous for saying "way hay man" a lot. Known for there scottish sound-a-like accent. Also known as wannabe scousers.
"Ant & Dec"

"am not scared of that geordie gas bag"
by Ant101 May 18, 2008
A friendly, loud being from the north-east of england. Namely, newcastle. Geordies are often proud of their homeland, not to be confused with Sunderland or Gateshead. They support the toon/black and white army, formally known as Newcastle United Football Club.

The Average Geordie-

1. Starts drinking at eleven. (the age, not the time)
2. Is friendly towards people of a different hometown.
3. Is part-scottish or at least knows someone who is.
4. Male geordies tend to watch, attend or listen to the match. The females will also watch, attend or listen to the match, but prefer to go shopping in town where if you listen , you can hear the crowds reactions. Others are forced into watching the match on tv.
5. Geordies use and love 'the metty' (metro) Younger geordies go on metty mish's. No respectable Geordie pays to use the Metro.
6. Know's how to speak Geordie, even if they don't speak it normally.
7. Geordies greet each other with the term 'Alreeeet'
Typical Geordie Conversation:

Geordie One: Alreet?
Geordie Two: Aye, hows yoursel' ?
Geordie One: Am mint, man. Areya gan doon toon t' watch the toon ?
Geordie Two: Naa, am gan oot ona Metty Mish wi' me mates
Geordie One: Shame that, like. S'ment t'be wicked ya narr
*breif football banter*
Geordie Two: Reet am off.
Geordie One: Ta'ra mate.
by H.Hobnob September 09, 2007
inhabitants of North Eastern England and their Dialect
the dialect is the oldest from of continually used English in the world
totally unintelligable to anyone else.
you thought Jamaican patois was weird try geordie
"eee a divvent knaa if am gonna gan doon ta watch the footbaall the neet'

tanslates as: hmm i dont know i am going to watch the football tonight
by bigmeuprudeboy September 10, 2003
a euphamism of knob, dick, wanker, wank shaft, faggot
dude you are such a god damn geordie
by synen March 01, 2005
Often employed by the Samaritans to converse with potential suicidals. With their cheeky wit and incomprehensible tongue, many authorities have praised the Geordies for declining annual suicide figures.
Screech: So you're a Geordie? And a Samaritan? Praise be to God.
by Cobs July 20, 2003
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