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Something infected, disgusting or generally dirty. Especially used to refer to injuries or disabilities.

Used in Gloucestershire, UK.
Hannah: Dave's got a gammy knee after he grazed it. Looks rank.
Dave: It got gammy 'cause a bit of grit got stuck in there. Now it's infected.
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An insult the equivalent of "idiot", "prat", "knobhead" etc. used in Gloucestershire, UK.
Sonny: I didn't mean to break it.
Josh: You're such a gilly!
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Used to mean "lend", as in the sentence, "lend me".

Used in Gloucestershire, UK.
Jack: Mate, can you borrow me a quid?
Louis: I borrowed you a fiver like... two weeks ago and I still never got it back. So nah mate.
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To laugh, especially loudly.

Used in Gloucestershire, UK.
Jamie: Mate, that thing we watched yesterday made me roar!
Neil: I know right? I showed it to Toni the other day and she was roarin' for like... half hour!
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A female equivalent of a chav

Also known as Chavette

Origin: United Kingdom, spc. Gloucestershire/Warwickshire, possibly from Stratford-on-Avon area 'Ratley' (?)
That chav and his ratley girlfriend were about, selling cheap strongbow from the back of a van.
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Used as an insult, specifically as a synonym for 'idiot' or 'retard'.

Possibly a derivative of 'dunce'. Used in Gloucestershire, UK.
Chloe: How's work?
Amy: It was sound, but then they hired new people and they're all right dunnies. Specially this guy called Rob. He's the biggest dunny of all.
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