Bang-gor = Bangor (I know movies say, Bang-jer. It's not how we said it.)
C-Ah' = car
Wicked = really good or really bad
Door-yahd = drive-way/yard/lawn area closest to the main door used
Pahked = parked
Bahn = barn
Sideboard = counter top
Down cellar = basement
Crittah' = small furry wild animal, sometimes a reference to a small child running wild
Cunnin' = cute
Stove-up = Getting injured. I fell on the ice walking down the door-yahd. I stove-up my knee and both hands.
From-away, Flat Lander, Out-a-state-ah' = not from Maine
Down-East= reference to eastern part of Maine
Num-a-n'-a-pounded-thumb = said as if it one word. It means not very smart.
Old-time-ah' = older man who was born & raised in Maine. He has hours of stories to tell. All about growing up in Maine. You do have to pay attention, their stories will lead in many directions & then back to their original story. If you ever come across an old general store you may want to sit a spell & listen to a few old-time-ah's stories.
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