Rhyming slang for a thief
Where's my pencil gone? You've got it, you tea leaf!
"Hey, that bastard just tea leafed my wallet".
Rhyming slang for "thief"
That tea leaf half-inched me wallet.
Thief. From cockney rhyming slang.
"Oi!!! Get back 'ere you 'kin tealeaf!!"
Classic Cockney/Australian rhyming slang for "thief". Direct antonym would be an honest fellow.
"Some tea-leaf nicked (stole) my cash!"
Used in conversation when somebody mentions something you want to know but then says "dont worry" and wont tell you. Once you have shouted "tealeaf!" the person must tell you straight away what they were going to say.
Also see definition of Dwa
hollie: omg guess what! oh wait dont worry...
kari: no TEALEAF!
hollie: ok basically i shagged your boyfriend last night.
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