Thesaurus for bostonian

Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for bostonian

A city that really feels like a town full of business people during the day and college kids at night. We're loyal to our teams and will kick your ass or yell at you if you don't love them too. We'll do this either sober or drunken. Most times it's better drunken though. Basically it's really funny to us.
Ok and for another thing: Bostonian's don't say "fookin". That's just stupid. We say things like ya fucken retahded. Let's go to the paahki (a store with alcohol and cigarettes and stuff) instead. We also say things like Whasmattayou? Or what's the matter with you for an outsider. Also, respect that we say the bubblah for water foutain. My college roomate thought that was hillarious. And really, it's not so much funny, as it is just plain right.

Another thing: You only call it Beantown if you're not from there, and if you're getting a ride on a duck boat, don't quack at us. It's wicked anoying. Would you want to be quacked at every day? I don't think so. It's cold here due to the fact that Boston is a freaking wind tunnel so we're already pissed off. So, instead of quacking at us please just buy us one. It would really make the whole situation so much better. Thanks
by Kat935 January 06, 2006
n. A whole lot of chusetts
That is one serious massachusetts.
by none ya bidness June 18, 2003
A person who comes from, grew up in, or resides in Boston, Massachusetts. (No doubt they will be a huge Red Sox, Celtics, Bruins, and Patriots fan.)
The minute he told me to, "pahk my cah in Hahvahd yahd," I knew he was a Bostonian!
by Michelle Koz. September 15, 2006
What the resident's of Northern Maine call the people from Southern Maine, most of whom migrated from Massachussetts.
One Mainer says to another, " Those MASS-HOLES are everywhere !"
by jpg3 July 09, 2011
Obnoxious partying males who are often seen at college parties. When they aren’t making an ass of themselves they usually just stand around holding a red plastic cup waiting for something exciting to happen so they can scream something that demonstrates how much they enjoy partying. Nearly everyone in a fraternity is a bro but there are also many bros who are not in a fraternity. They often wear a rugby shirt and a baseball cap. It is not uncommon for them to have spiked hair with frosted tips.

Bros actually chose this name for themselves as they often refer to each other as "bro" even though they are not related.
I couldn't go to sleep last night because some bros at the party next door kept screaming, "Whoooooo!!! YEAAHHHHH! Whooooooo!"
by J Will May 08, 2005
A term used in the mountains to describe people from lower elevations.
Driver: This guy is driving so slow; he must be a flatlander.
Passenger: Well, according to his license plate, he's a floridiot.
by blueridgenative September 28, 2006
Everyone thinks of New England as the most stuck-up and rudest people in all of the US..then why was New Hampshire voted as the most livable state in 2005? Don't judge New England before you've spent time or lived here, it's awesome.
Just because New England has private schools doesn't mean we're stuck up. We're very friendly :)
by some beautiful person July 28, 2005
Accent is a combination of three main components: intonation (speech music), liaisons (word
connections), and pronunciation (the spoken sounds of vowels, consonants, and combinations).
Accents are influenced by a people’s geographical region of origin, their age, social background and education, and whether they have moved away from their home area. Nowadays it may also be influenced by external factors such radio or television. Amongst speakers of English as an additional language accent is often influenced by the pronunciation and intonation patterns of the first language.
Contrary to popular belief, grammar and accent are completely different, unrelated terms. Part of the difference is that grammar and vocabulary are systematic and structured— the letter of the language. Accent, on the other hand, is free form, intuitive, and creative— more the spirit of the language.
My accent, being from south-west, has to be different from someone far off, say north-east. Here's a story:

An Outsider in a small Texas town around Christmas time, saw a "Nativity Scene" that showed great skill and talent had gone into creating it. But one small feature was all wrong: the three wise men were wearing firemen's helmets.

Totally unable to come up with a reason or explanation, he left. At a "Quik Stop" on the edge of town, he asked the lady behind the counter about the helmets.

She exploded into a rage, yelling, "You darn Yankees never read your Bibles!"

The Outsider assured her that he did, but simply couldn't recall anything about firemen in the Bible.

She jerked her Bible from behind the counter and riffled through some pages, and finally jabbed her finger at a passage. Sticking it in the guys face she said, "See, it says right here, 'The three wise men came from afar.'"
by Ben69 September 05, 2006
The great city of Boston, MA (but you don't really see too many beans here...)
by M-easy July 05, 2003
noun.
1) Hybrid of cock and caulk
2) Term used to express frustration
3) Dickface
Cahk!
by johnisthegame February 27, 2003

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