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Numerology information Janner:
Name Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma
Definition funny of Janner:
I believe the above have been mistaking 'janners' for swillys the sub-chav species of moronic, burberry wearing, arses that parade our streets and give all us Plymouthian inhabitants a bad name. Now, a janner, as will be correctly stated by one who was born and lives here, is a term used by most outsiders to describe the people who live in Plymouth, Devon. Not to be mistaken for a swilly which is actually a sub-species here and should be wiped out very quickly. For further infomation on these rodents see chav.
Swilly: Ere bey! You startin! I'm gonna ave ya, ya Goff twat. Normal Janner: Fuck off.....(runs away)
As well as the other meanings of the word janner, 'janner' can also refer to the dialect of English spoken in Plymouth. As well as pluralising everything, anything that ends in an -le sound is pronounce -oe. Anything with a hard 'u' in it (such as the f-word) is pronounced as an o (f*ck becomes 'fock' for example)
'Ere ya focking cont I'm goin Dingoes to buy a focking doeby digitoe stereo' roughly translates to 'Hello there mate. I'm going to Dingles to buy a Dolby Digital stereo'.
Janner is a term for the in-bred, sub-moronic locals of Plymouth, UK. They tend to favour Burberry knockoffs, too many sovvies on their fingers and add an "S" to the end of everything. Drag racing down Royal Parade while getting a blow-job from their over-bleached, underage girlfriend is a favourite pastime.
"I's goin down Plymcos to gets me Lotteries, then we's going Millenniums". Translation: "I am taking a jaunt to the local supermarket to purchase my tickets for the Natioanl Lottery, before I and my friends enjoy a night out at Plymouth's premier nightspot, the Millennium Complex." "He's a loud-mouthed Janner bastard".
A word often misused to describe a Plymouth resident or a chav from Plymouth, "Janner" is actually used through out Devon and Cornwall, normally to refer to farmers or people from local families with thick Westcountry accents and traditional outlooks - comparable with the American "Hilly billy" or "Redneck". The word is rumoured to derive from the fact that many locals are called John, but when asked their name will say "Moi namez Jaaan" Whilst Janner is a blanket term to refer to anybody with strong local origins, a farmer can also be called a "Bez" There is a simple test to see whether or not someone is a Janner - ask the the name of a small castle town on the Devon / Cornwall border. A non Janner will say "Launceston", while the true Janner will reply "Laanson".
Songs about Janner:
Im Janner 1817, D. 876, "Tiefes Leid" by Ulrich Eisenlohr from the Album Schubert: Lied Edition 11 - North German Poets
Im Jänner 1817 (Tiefes Leid), D. 876 by Christian Gerhaher from the Album Nachtviolen - Schubert: Lieder
Im Jänner Beim Greisler (Klavier Version) by Barbara Lexa from the Album Live 2006 Mundartiges Musikkabarett
The Janner Song by Saggy Bottom Boys from the Album Christmas At Woodside
Jänner by Wolfgang Edelmayer from the Album 12 Töne, 12 Monate
Kurtág: Hölderlin - Gesänge for Baritone, Op.35a - 6. Paul Celan: Tübingen, Jänner by Kurt Widmer from the Album Kurtág, Hölderlin, Beckett: Signs, Games And Messages
Maria Anna an ihren Mann 17. Jänner 1778 by Peter Matic from the Album Dero gehorsamster Sohn - Mozart-Briefe
Books about Janner:
Janner's Complete Speechmaker by Greville Janner (May 1, 2003)
Mig's Rebellion (A Janner Kohl Adventure Book 2) by Kameron M. Franklin (May 1, 2014)
Janner's Complete Business Letterwriter by Greville Janner and Matthew Solon (Aug 1998)
Janner's Complete Letterwriter by Greville Janner (Jul 1985)
Janner's Complete Speechmaker by Greville Janner (Aug 27, 2013)
Relvan's Rescue (A Janner Kohl Adventure Book 1) by Kameron M. Franklin (Jan 6, 2013)
Janner on Communication by Greville Janner (1988)
Wiki information Janner:
Greville Ewan Janner, Baron Janner of Braunstone is a British Labour politician, lawyer and author. A QC since 1971, he was a Labour MP from 1970 to 1997. He is also associated with a number of Jewish organisations, including the Board of Deputies of...
Janner is an English regional nickname associated with people from Plymouth both as a noun and as an adjective for the local accent and colloquialisms. In 1987 Cyril Tawney, in his book Grey Funnel Lines, described its meaning as "a person from...