Category:English spoonerisms

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  1. wunch
  2. the thick plottens
  3. nucking futs
  4. no wucking furries
  5. Mallwart
  6. futhermucker
  7. fustercluck
  8. flutterby
  9. crook and nanny
  10. chuck you Farley
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  1. wunch
  2. bass-ackwards
  3. no wucking furries
  4. flutterby
  5. the thick plottens
  6. chuck you Farley
  7. nucking futs
  8. fustercluck
  9. futhermucker
  10. crook and nanny

» All languages » English language » Terms by etymology » Spoonerisms

English terms in which the initial sounds of component parts have been exchanged, as in "crook and nanny" for "nook and cranny".

Pages in category "English spoonerisms"

The following 11 pages are in this category, out of 11 total.