Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|slang for beers.
|of a hillside, hollowed out in benches > BENCHIER, BENCHIEST.
|a remote rural place, as in up the booai, thoroughly lost.
|a remote rural place, as in up the booay, thoroughly lost.
|a remote rural place, as in up the boohai, thoroughly lost.
|a kind of gas water heater.
|a ball of compressed coal dust used as fuel.
|a drawing of lots among miners for an easy and profitable place at the coalface.
|a worker in the cold storage area of a slaughterhouse.
|an informal expression of agreement.
|a calf feeder with multiple teats.
|a close friend or family member.
|an informal tearoom in a factory.
|a Roman Catholic.
|one whose job is to build or repair drains.
|an old decrepit car.
|(tradename) a type of building board containing asbestos and cement.
|to crush or destroy.
|a clumsy and incompetent mechanic.
|(colloquial) men's underpants.
|the fee for hiring something.
|a British person.
|an offensive name for a person from Auckland.
|one who wears only clothes with fashionable labels.
|shark meat sold as food.
|to clean with a vacuum cleaner.
|a white marshmallow on a biscuit base covered in chocolate.
|the status of a person holding a master's degree.
|a person from the Waikato.
|the owner or manager of a motel.
|an army canteen.
|destroyed or ruined; drunk.
|a person who hunts muttonbirds.
|the practice of taking early retirement, with financial compensation, from the police force.
|the larva of a moth that damages grassland.
|acronym for the rest of New Zealand.
|someone from the rest of New Zealand i.e. apart from Auckland.
|to express sadness or displeasure > SADS, SADDING, SADDED.
|unkempt, dirty > SCODIER, SCODIEST.
|a tramp's homemade high-calorie sweetmeat.
|an early settler in New Zealand of other than British origin.
|a sharefarmer on a dairy farm.
|a worker who drives sheep into a pen for shearing.
|a prostitute who solicits at ports.
|of a dog, to catch.
|bad-tempered or irritable > SNITCHIER, SNITCHIEST.
|a young deer up to the age of three months.
|an embankment to prevent flooding.
|a small local supermarket.
|a type of allweather heavy woollen shirt.
|the bitumen surface of a road.
|(tradename) a device, used outdoors, for boiling water rapidly.
|a golf bag or shopping trolley > TRUNDLERS.
|smart shorts for men.
|a shepherd's call to his dog. No -S.