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See also: sarnię
sarn- (“perhaps from a dialectal pronunciation of the first syllable of sandwich”) + -ie.
sarnie (plural sarnies)
- (Britain, informal) A sandwich.
- Hello my flower, shall I fix up a cheese sarnie for you?
- 1972, Ian Anderson (lyrics), “Thick As A Brick”, performed by Jethro Tull:
- With their jock-straps pinching, they slouch to attention
While queueing for sarnies at the office canteen.
- 2021 September 22, Stephen Roberts, “The writings on the wall...”, in RAIL, number 940, page 74:
- Just like Marple, there's a plaque at the London terminus [Paddington] commemorating a fictional character - a polite, friendly little bear from darkest Peru who has a penchant for marmalade sarnies.
- (UK, birdwatching) The Sandwich tern.
- (sandwich): sammie (North America, informal) sanger (AU, informal), sango (AU, informal), sarmie (RSA, informal), sambo (Ireland, informal), butty
- inflection of sarni:
- English terms suffixed with -ie
- English 2-syllable words
- English terms with IPA pronunciation
- English terms with audio links
- Rhymes:English/ɑː(ɹ)ni/2 syllables
- English lemmas
- English nouns
- English countable nouns
- British English
- English informal terms
- English terms with usage examples
- English terms with quotations
- Polish 2-syllable words
- Polish terms with IPA pronunciation
- Rhymes:Polish/arɲɛ/2 syllables
- Polish terms with homophones
- Polish non-lemma forms
- Polish noun forms
- Polish adjective forms