Thief. From cockney rhyming slang.
"Oi!!! Get back 'ere you 'kin tealeaf!!"
by killer whale April 07, 2005
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"Hey, that bastard just tea leafed my wallet".
by Dick Splash August 17, 2003
Rhyming slang for "thief"
That tea leaf half-inched me wallet.
by P. Brain August 31, 2006
Classic Cockney/Australian rhyming slang for "thief". Direct antonym would be an honest fellow.
"Some tea-leaf nicked (stole) my cash!"
by Tristan MacAvery June 22, 2006
Rhyming slang for a thief
Where's my pencil gone? You've got it, you tea leaf!
by soreofhing July 05, 2009
A thief (from Cavan, mean cavan bastards)
gareth game into the class and took emma's book but it was emma's, emma said gareth you tealeaf give me back my book i saw ya, ya prick
by Emma October 19, 2004
Means thief, but is often shortened to 'teaf'.
"I aint no chav - I didin't teaf these creps"
by Chrissy P May 20, 2005