About WWI slang
|July 16th, 2010||#1|
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WWI slang info
One of the most common Allied slang words in WWI was "napoo." It meant "to get killed" or "dead." It is derived from the French phrase, "il n 'y en a plus," which basically (if my translation is right) means "there is no more."
I'd like to know more of this kind of slang specific to WWI, so if you've got any words or phrases and their derivatives, I'd like to hear them. Thanks!