Yorkshire is well know for it's dialect, peculiar words and strange phrases.
Huddersfield has a fair few of its own.
We've collected up some of our favourites - but make sure you get in touch and tell us any you think we've missed!
1) Good on you - term of congratulation for a job well done or a stroke of luck
Huddersfield version: Ey da laddie/Eladdy
Usage: Eladdy, you've only gone and won promotion at Wembley!
2) What's going on here - questioning of a particular situation
Huddersfield version: Nar then
Usage: Nar then, who this shekkin mi 'and?
3) Goodbye - a term used to bid farewell
Huddersfield version: Sithee
Usage: That's me been a walk round Castle Hill - I'll sithee
4) Worried - when one has something on one's mind
Huddersfield version: Pottered
Usage: I'm right pottered about getting to the Monday Market
5) Only - no more than
Huddersfield version: Nobbut
Usage: You said the bloke who clouted you was seven foot tall - he wa' nobbut a lad
6) Bothering - to give trouble, annoy or pester
Huddersfield version: Mithering
Usage: Eeh, we were at big Asda and at t' checkout our Katie wouldn't stop mithering me
7) Crying - to utter inarticulate sounds, especially of lamentation, grief, or suffering, usually with tears
Huddersfield version: Mewling
Usage: Well our Katie kept mithering me and I told her no so she started mewling in t' middle of shop
8) Perhaps - Maybe or possibly
Huddersfield version: 'Appen
Usage: 'Appen that woman's bairn that's mewling has been badly brung up
9) Hello - term of greeting
Huddersfield version: 'Ey up
Usage: 'ey up, I've not seen thee for ages
10) Food - nourishing substance that is eaten to sustain life, provide energy and promote growth
Huddersfield version: Snap
Usage: He'll have to go hungry for t' afternoon - his missus has forgot to do him some snap
11) Sweets - confectionery with a high sugar content
Huddersfield version: Spogs
Usage: 'Appen he was mewling 'til his mum gave him some spogs
12) Chewing gum - a sweetened and flavored preparation for chewing
Huddersfield version: Chuddy
Usage: Don't swallow that chuddy, it'll end up in a massive ball in your stomach and you'll have to go to hospital
13) Messing about - not proceeding in the most efficient manner in a given situation
Huddersfield version: Faffing
Usage: I told him to stop faffing about with that chuddy and get it swallowed
14) Fix - to put into good or working order
Huddersfield version: Fettle
Usage: When my straighteners packed up I was potted, but Paul reckons he can fettle 'em
15) Cleaning - to remove dirt or grime
Huddersfield version: Bottoming
Usage: I thought I had fleas when I came out of there, it needs a good bottoming
16) Playing - partaking in physical recreation
Huddersfield version: Laikin'
Usage: His mum says he's not laikin' out 'cos he guzzled his dad's spogs
17) Scraps - pieces of batter normally obtained free of charge from the chip shop
Huddersfield version: Bits
Usage: Nar then, some Barnsley lad reckons bits are called scraps!
18) Sort yourself out - improve your current situation ASAP
Huddersfield version: Frame yourself
Usage: She said 'frame yourself' then chucked me out - all because I hadn't done bottoming
19) Work/working to fill something in* - to begin or complete a project of some length
Huddersfield version: Weft
Usage: Get some weft done
*There was a variety of opinions of what this meant with slightly differing interpretations within our test group
20) Drunk - in a state of alcoholic excess
Huddersfield version: Kaylied
Usage: He was proper kaylied. He found his trousers on Harold in St George's Square the morning after
21) Moody - given to being gloomy or sullen on a regular basis for no reason
Huddersfield version: Maungy
Usage: He's a maungy bugger!
22) Raining heavily - water, condensed from the aqueous vapor in the atmosphere, that falls to earth in drops in large volumes
Huddersfield version: Siling it down
Usage: Me mum says I can't laik footy cos it's siling it down
23) Crying and screaming - to be in a state of advanced upset
Huddersfield version: Skriking
Usage: Remember that bairn in t' big Asda? After she finished mewling she started skriking - I got my spogs and left
24) Liquorice - the dried root of the perennial Mediterranean leguminous shrub Glycyrrhiza glabra or confectionery flavoured similarly
Huddersfield version: Spanish
Usage: What spogs did you get before you left? Spanish?
25) Idiot - a foolish or senseless person
Huddersfield version: Wazzock
Usage: What a wazzock! He's soaked - he went out when it was siling it down!
26) Spectacles - lenses, held in place by a frame, and then hooked over the ears to help to improve vision
Huddersfield version: Gems
Usage: Where did he get them gems? He looks like Deidre Barlow