Raeanne Dimick last edited by
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
Julene last edited by
English. To dress down or remove loose stone from the roof or sides.
Sonia last edited by
The combination of pl in plane and oat in boat. Seaplane is appropriate, but the usage of ploat instead sounds right and proper.
Jessica last edited by
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!
Cami last edited by
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
Vania last edited by
Scots word meaing hit or thump, as in Ill ploat you, you big Jessy