Ploat


    Ploat


  • to pluck the feathers from a bird, but also used in slang to describe a similar action unconnected to birds or feathers
    English, esp. Geordie slang


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  • Ploat


  • English. To dress down or remove loose stone from the roof or sides.


  • Ploat


  • The combination of pl in plane and oat in boat. Seaplane is appropriate, but the usage of ploat instead sounds right and proper.


  • Ploat


  • To be tired AND sick.

    When one is tired and sick its really a hassle to write out: Im feeling tired and sick. So instead? Use Ploat!


  • Ploat


  • Something you wouldnt like to find left behind in the bathroom. It could also be put into a verb or a discription of someone/something. It comes from the word boat


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  • Scots word meaing hit or thump, as in Ill ploat you, you big Jessy


 



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