The Mason-Dixonary: Yonder

August 19, 2015 | By | Comments (1)

Hearing a certain word can tell you quicker than a road map that you’ve crossed the Mason-Dixon Line. Some terms are particular to the South, while others are just embraced more fondly here. Check back each Wednesday for more words that give voice to the spirit and soul of our region.

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  1. Frieda Cooper

    if you have not used hankerin’ yet it is a good Southern word as in:  I have hankerin for some fried okra and some black eyed peas and cornbread welcome to the South Libby…and that includes us here in Texas

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    August 19, 2015 at 2:42 pm

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