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Noisy fool, named after the bird of the same name.
Go on, you're kidding!
Universal greeting, used anytime day or night, but never as a farewell. Pronounced "gud-eye", usually followed by "mate" (mite) or a typically strung-together "howyagoinallright"(= how are you today,
Give it a burl
Good as gold
Useful information, a good idea.
Omnipresent term of approval, sometimes ironic, offering various degrees of heartfelt congratulations depending on inflection. Indispensible during Aussie smalltalk - substitute "really, oh yeh, aha,
Rhymes with "house" - means outstanding, tremendous. Can be applied universally to all things social ... "grouse birds (women), grouse band, in fact, grouse bloody gay and hearty (great party!)"
Have a yarn
To talk to someone.
Hit your kick
Open your wallet.
Pronounced "who-ru"... means "see ya later", make sure you don't say g'day when meaning goodbye - it's a dead giveaway you're not a true blue Aussie.
Often just a pub.
A male ranch hand.
A female ranch hand.
Drop in to see someone.
A fool, loser
Overseas, as in "she's gone O.S."
Australia; God's country
Pommie or pom
Think, as in "Your shout or mine? What' ya reckon?".