Ey up, it's the second lot of our words that you'll hear around Huddersfield.

Our first collection proved extremely successful with thousands of you taking a look at some fantastic local dialect words.

For this selection they're all your words!

We asked you to suggest words we missed in our first lot - and this is what you came up with.

We've put a few below but there are plenty more - see them by clicking onto the gallery above

1) Moody - term given to gloomy, depressed, or sullen moods; ill-humored.

Huddersfield version: Monk on

Usage: Don't mind him, he's got a monk on 


2) Frightened/Soft - When somebody is fearing a situation.

Huddersfield version: Nesh

Usage: It was siling it down and he said he wouldn't come out. He's nesh


3) Chips - a long, thin piece of potato that is fried and usually eaten hot:

Huddersfield version: Nerks

Usage: Can I cadge a nerk? Go on...


4) Plaster - a small piece of sticky material used to cover and protect a cut in the skin.

Huddersfield version: Spetch

Usage: It's only a small cut, stop being so nesh. Here, put a spetch on it


5) Collecting wood for a bonfire - Going out to look for wood to burn

Huddersfield version: Chumping

Usage: I've sent him out chumping, he'll probably bring back the dining table from next door


6) Trousers - a piece of clothing that covers the lower part of the body from the waist to the feet

Huddersfield version: Clarks/Kegs

Usage: I need some new clarks, I ripped my others while I was out chumping

Click on the gallery above to see the rest of your suggestions


Missed our first edition - click below to see

Huddersfield dictionary: 26 words and phrases that mark you out as being from our town