adjective বিশেষণ পদ

Cockney meaning in assamese


  • Pronunciation


  • Definition

    relating to or resembling a cockney

    ককনিৰ সৈতে জড়িত বা সদৃশ

  • Example

    Cockney street urchins

    ককনি ষ্ট্ৰীট আৰ্চিন

noun বিশেষ্য পদ

Cockney meaning in assamese


  • Definitions

    1. Any Londoner.

    যিকোনো লণ্ডনৰ।

  • Examples:
    1. COCKNEY, a native of London. An ancient nickname implying effeminacy, used by the oldest English writers, and derived from the imaginary fool's paradise, or lubberland, Cockaygne.

  • 2. A Londoner born within earshot of the city's Bow Bells, or (now generically) any working-class Londoner.

    চহৰৰ ব' বেলছৰ কাণৰ কাষত জন্মগ্ৰহণ কৰা এজন লণ্ডনৰ লোক, বা (এতিয়া সাধাৰণভাৱে) যিকোনো শ্ৰমিক শ্ৰেণীৰ লণ্ডনৰ লোক।

  • Examples:
    1. A Cockney or Cocksie, applied only to one born within the sound of Bow bell, that is in the City of London.

    2. Londoners, and all within the sound of Bow Bell, are in reproach called Cockneys.

    3. Parkinson: You made films before, but the part that really made your name was Zulu, wasn't it and there of course—against type—you played the toff, you played the officer.$V$Caine: I played the officer, yeah, and everybody thought I was like that. Everyone was so shocked when they met me, this like Cockney guy had played this toffee-nosed git.

    4. “Charming place, ma’am,” said he, bowing to the widow; “noble prospect—delightful to us Cocknies, who seldom see anything but Pall Mall.”