Cockney rhyming slang meaning

Cockney rhyming slang uses rhyming words instead of real words to make a phrase. It was first created in the east end of London (Cockney = a slang term for a Londoner). The rhyming slang has no relationship with the phrase, it’s only used because it rhymes (so it will help you with pronunciation). Sometimes we just say part of the phrase, not all of it.​​​

Cockney rhyming slang list

Let’s learn the lingo of Londoners, take a look at some rhyming slang and see if you can understand.

cockney rhyming slang list
cockney rhyming slang list

Cockney rhyming slang picture examples

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Cockney rhyming slang - Adam and Eve
Cockney rhyming slang - Alan Whickers
Cockney rhyming slang - apples and pears
Cockney rhyming slang - Artful Dodger
Cockney rhyming slang - bacon and eggs
Cockney rhyming slang - baked beanbacon and eggs
Cockney rhyming slang - baker's dozen bacon and eggs
Cockney rhyming slang - bangers and mash
Cockney rhyming slang - Barnet fair
Cockney rhyming slang - Barney Rubble
Cockney rhyming slang - bbattlecruiserattlecruiser
Cockney rhyming slang - bees and honey
Cockney rhyming slang - boat race
Cockney rhyming slang - Bob Hope
Cockney rhyming slang - bottle and glass
Cockney rhyming slang - bread and cheese
Cockney rhyming slang - bricks and mortar
Cockney rhyming slang - Bristol City
Cockney rhyming slang - brown bread
Cockney rhyming slang - bubble bath-giraffe
Cockney rhyming slang - butcher’s hook
Cockney rhyming slang - China plate
Cockney rhyming slang - cows and kisses
Cockney rhyming slang - custard and jelly
Cockney rhyming slang - daisy roots
Cockney rhyming slang - Darby and Joan
Cockney rhyming slang - dicky bird
Cockney rhyming slang - dog and bone
Cockney rhyming slang - duck and dive
Cockney rhyming slang - dustbin lid
Cockney rhyming slang - frog and toad
Cockney rhyming slang - Gregory Peck
Cockney rhyming slang - half inch
Cockney rhyming slang - Hampstead Heath
Cockney rhyming slang - Hank Marvin
Cockney rhyming slang - jam jar
Cockney rhyming slang - Jimmy Riddle
Cockney rhyming slang - Lady Godiva
Cockney rhyming slang - Lionel Blairs
Cockney rhyming slang - loaf of bread
Cockney rhyming slang - mince pies
Cockney rhyming slang - Mork and Mindy
Cockney rhyming slang - pen and ink
Cockney rhyming slang - plates of meat
Cockney rhyming slang - porky pies
Cockney rhyming slang - Richard the third
Cockney rhyming slang - Rosy Lee
Cockney rhyming slang - Ruby Murray
Cockney rhyming slang - sky rocket
Cockney rhyming slang - tea leaf slang
Cockney rhyming slang - trouble and strife
Cockney rhyming slang - Vera Lynn