Australian Language

Crikey i reckon its carked it mate!
Goodness i think it has died my friend!


Australian English is made up of slang and has many words that some consider unique to the language.The origins of these words are not clear and are often disputed.
Australian Language can be very funny and colourful, below are just a handful of words that Aussies use.


Ankle biter /Young child




Barbie /Barbecue



Billabong /Waterhole




Bluey /Someone with red hair;



Bruce /A man



Bunghole /Mouth



Chinnwag /A good chat



Chooks /Chicken



Cockie /Farmer



Coldie/ A cold beer



Crook /Sick or not functioning



Cruddy /Low quality

Digger /Australian soldier



Dijeridu /Aboriginal musical wind instrument



Dipstick /Fool



Drongo /An idiot



Dunny /The toilet


Evo /Evening



Face fungus/A man's beard



Fair dinkum /Someone or something really genuine



Footy /Rugby League or Aussie Rules 



G'day /Hi or Hello


Get Stuffed/ Go away!



Good on ya mate /Well done there, mate



Grog /Alcohol



Hard Yakka/ hard work



Holy-dooly /An expression of surprise



Iffy /Something questionable



Jackaroo, Jillaroo /Trainee male or female cattle station hand



Jarmies /Pyjamas



Kafuffle /Argument



Liquid amber/ Beer


Mate /Friend



Narkie /Short-tempered



Never Never /Mythical place in the outback



Nong /Idiot



No worries, mate /Don't worry about it



Ocker /Aussie who likes beer, sport and women



Oldies /Parents



Oz /Australia


Pommy, Pom /English person



Prang /Vehicle crash



Prezzies /Gifts



Quack /Doctor



Ripper! /Great!



Rip snorter! /Something really great



Saltie /Saltwater crocodile



Sandgroper /Someone from Western Australia



Sangas /Sandwiches



Sheila /Young woman


Smoko/Morning Tea

Snags /Sausages



Stralian /Australian



Stubby /Small bottle of beer



Tinnie /Can of cold beer



Toey /Very nervous person or in need of  a partner



Top-ender /Someone from Northern Territory



True Blue /Really



Australian Tucker/ Food



Underdaks /Underpants



Uni /University



Veggies /Vegetables



Waterhole /Pub or hotel 



Woomera /Stick used by Aborigines to throw spears



Wowser /Old-fashioned, prudish



Yabbie /Freshwater Australian crayfish



Yam /Fictional story



Zonked /Really tired



ZZZs /Get some sleep




These are just a handful of Australian language or slang words, if you no more please leave them in the comment box below.