- Yard + -ie (Wiktionary)
“The British pulp classic Yardie is a prime example.”
“He said the name Yardie, slang for a Jamaican gangster, was given to him because he would often tell people he would be at his "yard".”
“The 34-year-old, known as Yardie, had acquired assets worth up to £1 million and was jailed for 13 years in December.”
“(For the record, I still give Yardie a thumbs up and would like to see more of his work hit the States)”
“Many years ago, a friend of mine who worked in a strip club went out with a high-ranking Yardie, a gentleman who drove a purple Bentley and wore a Rolex as big as the Ritz.”
“And when you grow up you little girl will be pushed onto the game by a pimp, while you little boy will be part of a Yardie gang.”
“Yardie has decided to hold on to the energy portfolio with no less than 3 junior ministers to support him.”
“And when they do, they'll find Patrick, his fingerprints on the hook which killed his Yardie colleague.”
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