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What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

(OP)
The inhabitants of Lisbon are called "alfacinhas" whose nickname comes from "lettuce", which is a vegetable created in the fields surrounding the city. The so-called, "Saloia" zone or, peasant zone. What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

Up in LA, they're called 'Angelenos'. Down here in Orange County, they used to be called 'Republicans', but not so much lately winky smile

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(OP)
Hi JohnRBaker!

If you are from Orange County maybe "oranges juices" as nick name would make more sense than Republicans, but I understand, lately they are turning more Democratic

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luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

2018 in Orange County should give all republicans the hebegebies. Demographics will turn the whole country blue in short order. If the republicans don’t repudiate trump soon we’ll eventually have a different second party.

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

(OP)
"hebegebies" what does this meant?

luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

Uncontrolled nervousness, generally the result of fear.

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If you are from Orange County maybe "oranges juices" as nick name would make more sense than Republicans,

Actually, not; Orange County hasn't really been known for oranges for probably 50 years. There were pockets of orange groves in the 90s that have since paved over. The former Northrop facility in Fullerton used to be, and surrounded by, acres of orange groves, but it's been nearly 70 years

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RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

(OP)
JohnRBaker

Thank you for the "hebegebies" meant.

IRstuff

Thank you for the clarification


peace

luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

We've still got an Orange grove just a couple of miles from our house, however, it's part of an agriculture museum. It's located at the old Irvine Ranch headquarters, next to the Katie Wheeler Library, a branch of the Orange County Public Library System, housed in a replica of the old Irvine family ranch house.

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RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

The nearest big city to me is Houston. The people that live there are called Houstonians.

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RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

electricpete, where would that be? Our son lives in Katy.

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The town where I have my house is in Santiago do Cacém. The ornamental trees in the streets are oranges. But the more abundant trees in the fields are cork trees. The inhabitants of Santiago are called "lizards" because in the hot summer one can see lots of small lizards a little bit everywhere. If you go to google earth and click on the fotos you can see the orange trees in the streets. I am sending you a video who reveals the quietness of Santiago do Cacém and the wild fields around.

Regards

luis

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8h-s4L21lQ

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

I don't know if individual municipalities in Wisconsin have names for their residents, but everyone in the state is known as a "cheesehead."

DaveAtkins

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

Unless you are a Chicago Bears fan, in which case you are known as "persona non grata"lol

DaveAtkins

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

(OP)
Wisconsin "cheeseheads" that´s amusing! in Portuguese we call them "carecas" but "cheesehead" is more creative, DaveAtkins!
I am a Benfica fan. Benfica fans, here in Portugal, are known as "red devils" I am more a “red”, because of my blood and the salicilic acid I have to take each day to prevent blood clotting to keep it fluid, ok, I think I am also a "poor devil". In Oporto City in north of Portugal Benfica fans are also "personas non gratas" lol

luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

Dave : I am Italian and the correct wording is "persona non gradita" (different meaning : grata=thankful gradita=welcome, appreciated)

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

Seattle denizens are Seattlites. Washington west side residents of long standing are mossbacks.

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

Or at least where the 'surfs up'...

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RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

(OP)
You are welcome robyengIT but let me disagree with you, "persona non grata" is Latin "persona non gradita" is Italian, both meant the same.

Latin "persona non grata" means = a person who is unacceptable or unwelcome

Italian "persona non gradita" = Lavich verrà dichiarato persona non grata negli Stati Uniti e sarà espulso dal paese

Lavich will be declared "persona no grata" in the USA and will be expulsed from the country.

Regards

luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

I grew up near Plymouth (English city at the mouth of the river Plym). People from there are known as Janners.

Steve

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

(OP)
IRstuff what does meant HB? And duudes? Are those who waste a lot of money?

btrueblood, Seattle citizens are Seattlites I think I understand. Washington west side residents of long standing are mossbacks, What is a mossbacks? Are those who walk in ones back? Or hit others back? Or they are like chammels withoiut any kind of offense?.

electricipete, Houston. Houstonians. I think I understand.

SomptingGuy, Plymouth port in south of England. Why Janners?

Thank you IRstuff, I will take it into account, more colloquial to use "expelled"

JohnRBaker

Or at least where the 'surfs up'...Explain it to me please

Thank you both for shering.

luis




RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

Since IRstuff is from Southern California, I just assumed that 'HB' stood for Huntington Beach, a city known for its surf beaches. And the word 'dude' is often used among surfers as a term for friend or buddy. It used to mean a guy who dressed really nice, but more recently it's generally meant anyone who's cool, like a surfer.

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RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

(OP)
Tank you JohnRBaker

HB Huntington Beach.

Now I understand surfers here also have his own treatment like "Hi my" that is similar with "Hi dude"

regards

luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

Mossback would suggest that they have moss growing on their backs due to the rainy climate.

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

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electricpete, where would that be? Our son lives in Katy.
I live in Lake Jackson TX, 60 miles south of Houston.

I don't think we people from Lake Jackson have a name for ourselves. Lake Jacksonite? Lake Jacksonian? Doesn't fit.... just Texans who are citizens of Lake Jackson.

It's a nice town of 30k people, small enough to avoid traffic jams on the roads or during walks in the park in these Covid19 days.

We are 10 miles from the Gulf of Mexico (Surside Beach, plenty of public beach access). From there you can drive along the "Bluewater Highway" an hour up to Galveston along a narrow strip of land with the Gulf on one side and the intracoastal waterway on the other. It is actually quite a scenic drive... our own mini version of PCH-1. You might think of barges and tankers and refineries when you think of the intracoastal waterway, but there's not much of that and what is there is located on the opposite shore of the intracoastal several miles away ... what you see from the Bluewater Highway is a vast mixture of salt marshes and bays and a few quaint houses on stilts. One of the nicer bays in Christmas Bay, where I do some kayaking from time to time.

In the pre-covid days we often took the hour drive up to Houston for a variety of shopping and activities. My wife liked to drag me out to Katy Mills Mall in Katy TX. That's a nice area up there, very upscale. The traffic can get a little dicey up that way though.





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RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

and we've circled back to John Baker's son !

another day in paradise, or is paradise one day closer ?

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

(OP)
IRstuf I didn´t read all your link because is too long, and I am lazy, but I saw there Jeff Bridges whose some films has amused me

luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

0707, Moss is that green stuff that supposedly grows on the north side of trees, or on rocks (but not rolling ones), in damp areas. The idea of being a "mossback" is that you have lived here long enough and gotten wet enough, that moss is growing on your back.

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

(OP)
rb1957
"and we've circled back to John Baker's son!" why to John Baker's son?

luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

(OP)
Now I understand...

[quote (JohnBaker)
electricpete where would that be? Our son lives in Katy
[/quote]

Google Earth electricpete! And you will discover where it is. From my point of view it seems a nice and quiet place not far from, Gulf of Mexico coast.

regards

luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

Luis, yes I definitely love it here. When I first moved here it seemed a little ugly (very flat), but it has grown on me. There are plenty of places to explore. I went back looking through my photos and realize I take a lot more scenic photos when traveling then when home so it's tough to find photos of the area. Here's what I could find after a few minutes looking in my google photos (there's probably a lot more but this is all I could come up with). It's a variety from Lake Jackson to Surfside to Galveston.

The one video in there is me kayaking in the Gulf of Mexico in waves 2-3' high (which can be a challenge for someone like me in a kayak). Actually this is far out past the breakers where the waves are somewhat predictable/manageable. Closer to the beach the breaking waves give more of a challenge. Going out through the breakers is not so bad because you can see them coming and dig your paddle in as the wave hits the bow for stabilization. Going back into shore is way more difficult, you can't really see the waves coming, your paddles doesn't particularly stabilize you, and you are in an unstable equilibrium where a small turn sideways can result in waves pushing you further sideways and that progresses to a flip before you know what's happening. I have flipped many times on the way back in, often in front of very amused sunbathers on the beach.



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(OP)
electricpete

Jackson TX site is very similar with Aveiro city which is my district town, where I was born long time ago. Aveiro is also a flat zone with salty water canals. Aveiro is known as the Portuguese Venice. Aveiro is close by the Atlantic ocean with long beaches for the surfers. Inhabitants of Aveiro in Portuguese are called "marnotos" which is the people who prepare the salt marine. One can see a little everywhere, small hills of salt which look like white piramids in the flat seesights. Try the google earth and you will see...

regards

luis

https://res.cloudinary.com/engineering-com/image/u...] piramids in the flat seesights.

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

That looks almost like Venice. And lots of old-style buildings, I'll bet you have a rich history there in Portugal.

We don't have all that much history around here (other than native American). The town where I live and most of the surrounding towns didn't exist prior to the 1950's. Before air conditioning was practical, many people considered the area was unsuitable due to heat/humidity/mosquitoes. The mosquitoes breed in the salt marshes of the intracostal and when conditions are right they can be overwhelming. But by and large over the last several years the city does an amazing job keeping the city relatively mosquito free with their smoke trucks.

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RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

Why Janners?

I honestly don't know any more than can be found through web searching. In my youth it was always a perjorative term for the Plymouth locals. Nothing to be proud of. There's a reasonable entry in wikipedia.

Steve

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

(OP)
The Member of Parliament for Plymouth, Devonport, Alison Seabeck, showed her ignorance of the term in 2005 when, while still a candidate, she was asked by the local paper: "What is a Janner?" The Express on Sunday reported her reply: The flustered candidate wailed: "I don't know. You're not going to print this, are you?" Unfortunately they did. The answer is a "Plymothian".

regards luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

I should have known there was a list somewhere for the UK

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_British_regi...

Quite a few are also attached or used by followers of the relevant local football (Soccer to you lot in the US) team.

That the residents of Goole are known as "Goolies", which is also slang for testicles is quite a good one....

Many would say that you need to be true born to gain the title properly and not just a "blow in". True Cockneys for instance are supposed to be born in earshot of the bells of some church in the East end of London, "Geordies" is supposed to be residents of Newcastle but anyone form the North East can get called that also. The more recent nickname for the football team and it's supporters is the "mags" or Magpies after the black and white bird, but for other supporters they use the "bar codes" due to the longitudinal black and white striped kit. Of course this only became more frequently used in the last few decades when people actually knew what a bar code was....

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RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

(OP)
Ilike that Sassenachs, without beeing offensive!

In portugal we call the english "beefs", also without beeing offensive

luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

Here in Australia, everybody is called "Mate", regardless of gender, or which city you come from!

http://julianh72.blogspot.com

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

My town is named Taylors, the people are called red necks.

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(OP)
red necks in portugal call them "pés descalços" (bare feet).

“To call someone a “redneck” now divides us, when the term was created to unite us. And this distortion only benefits rednecks’ original enemies – corrupt politicians and big companies who don’t care about a multiracial alliance of hardworking Americans.
In West Virginia, the term “redneck” dates back to the early 1900s, a time when mineworkers faced the constant threat of death – from explosions, cave-ins and poor working conditions. A West Virginian enlisted in the armed forces during the first world war was less likely to die than one working in a coalmine.
In 1921, black, white and immigrant mineworkers took up arms to battle the coal companies that controlled and exploited every aspect of their lives. United, they wore red bandannas to identify each other in battle. They called themselves the “Redneck Army”

luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

Where I grew up in the Pennsylvania Anthracite coal region we were/are known as coal crackers. Mined lumps of coal were broken down to smaller size, cracked, to be used in stoves.

Ted

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

(OP)
coal crackers in portuguese we call them "carvoeiros"

Manuel Bullosa was perhaps the person who, in Portugal, knew the most about the large-scale oil business. From nothing, he came to Lisbon from his native Galicia and started from a young man selling oil through the streets, employed in one of the coal houses of the time. Step by step, he went up and made a huge fortune. At one point it was said to be even the greatest fortune in Portugal

luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

Texas seems to have a big problem. I know those that live in Lubbock are Lubbuckians, right? But what can you call El Paso, Laredo, Paris and Waxahachie residents?
El-pasonians? La-redonians? Parisians? Really? And I have no ideas for the last one. Now what about Louisville KY, Luis-villains? Some can be pretty difficult. I don't know what Omaha, or Chicago residents are called either. OMG! There must be some Honoluluians out there? OK, what about Tampa, FL

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RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

I've lived in a couple of places in the UK.

I grew up in a mining town. Importantly this mining region was one of very few in the UK which didn't join the miners' strikes in the 80s. The only nickname I've ever heard for the North Nottinghamshire region is "Scab". I don't hear it so much now but it still does the rounds in football (as in soccer) chants, everyone else old enough to remember has either grown up, got over it, or died.

I later lived in a town near the north east, everyone there was a "Smoggie", something to do with the local steelworks/chemical plants polluting the air.

I now live in Derbyshire, a prominent sheep farming region - the (again football related) local nickname has something to do with fornicating with the local livestock - I'm not hyperlinking anything this time.

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Maybe it is shoun the sheep, in portugal the male animals for procriation, we name them "barrascos" which I cannot traduct.

luis dazed

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

In the early 70s when I was with RJC, we referred to the Vancouver office as the Vancouver fog duckers...

Dik

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

(OP)
Maybe because it rains a lot and and is allways foggy weather. I Have never been there!

luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

(OP)
Now in hot summer time, here in Portugal, we used to eat a fresh salad soup, we don´t name it SuperSalad we named it "Gaspacho"

luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

Luis,

I love gazpacho. I like it best with some fresh hot peppers added to the mix, or by shaking in a few drops of hot sauce. My mother-in-law makes it from fresh tomatoes from her garden (in Virginia), and a one-gallon batch usually disappears within a day of being made. Hers is the traditional recipe, where the soup is passed through a pasa-puree to filter out seeds and some of the chunkier pulp and tomato skins and ends up being a somewhat thin, but delicious soup. In Colorado with #3 son recently, we had locally made gazpacho that was in the "crudo" style (all the pulp left in it), and was equally delicious, but more like a salsa in texture than a soup.

Now my mouth is watering! Here in Washington state, fresh garden tomatoes are a rarity, and only come around about this time of year, imported from the sunnier east side of the state. You have me looking forward to making some...maybe I can make a run to Yakima this weekend and score some fresh tomatoes, and eat gazpacho all next week on my vacation.

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(OP)
Yesterday night it was almost 30ºC here in Lisbon my wife made a fresh gaspacho with tomato, cucumbers and onions all cuttted in little bits with water, viniger a bit of salt, pepper and some water, she put it in the frigo and it was my fresh dinner. Next time I will invite you.

luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

I'll have mine with vodka thank you. Don't like it much without, unless it is the one made with pomegranate. That's nice.

“What I told you was true ... from a certain point of view.” - Obi-Wan Kenobi, "Return of the Jedi"

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(OP)
In my wife´s gaspacho I forgot to mention a fil of olive oil, oregans, and the addiction of some cubes of ice, granades I also like them directly from the fruit.

regards

luis


RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

You mean something along these lines:

John R. Baker, P.E. (ret)
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(OP)
Gaspacho with vodka is it from Russia origin?

luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

Bloody Mary, for those not familiar with a certain “breakfast” drink.

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

(OP)
Bloody Mary, I knew it as a drink not as a soup! Thank you davidbeach.

luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

Often taken as soup when you can't lift your head up off the table higher than a the tall glasses they usually serve them in. smile

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RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

Occasional someone here uses the term "Detroiters," but most make fun of those folks. Usually its simply "residents of Detroit." Residents of the state are "Michiganders" officially now after the politicos wasted time debating the matter ~3 years ago now.

Growing up just outside of NYC in a rural area that became a densely populated suburb over the past 30 years, I always got a giggle over nicknames. "New Yorkers" are folks living outside of NYC. Folks within NYC were always "city people" to the rest of us and were always divided amongst themselves based on the borough in which they lived. About the only thing the two groups have in common are hatred of the Yankees. The other interesting bit is nicknames for areas outside NYC. To the city folks, "upstate" is the first ~90 mins NW of NYC. Everything beyond "upstate" is "BFE" or other combination of cusses and words signaling that they have no intention of ever traveling that far from the city ever again. To the rest of us, the "Hudson Valley" starts at the NYC suburbs and extends north to Albany, the "Southern Tier" is the western handle of the state, "Central NY" is a large portion surrounding the geographic center of the state," and "Northern NY" is pretty self explanatory, most everything north of the I-90/NYS Thruway.

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Residents of the state are "Michiganders" officially now after the politicos wasted time debating the matter ~3 years ago now.

Of course, if you're from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, you're known as 'Yoopers'. Two of our sons are 'Yoopers', as they born in Hancock, MI, while I was on college.

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"Yankee this term originated in the mid-17th century due to the large presence of Dutch in New England, where many of whom were called "Jan" (in Portuguese John, pronounced [yan]) and thus, from the nickname "Janke" ("Little John"), originated the term in English Yankee.

During the so-called War of Secession (1861-1865), the word became popular in the former British colony. For the Confederates, the Yankees were the soldiers and, in general, the inhabitants of the northern states."

luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

You mean the War of Northern Aggression. In SC, Memorial Day is still considered a Yankee holiday.

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Q. What's your city's nick name inhabitants?
A. Some would say "idiots." smile Others say "Fresnans," but I like "Fresnoids."

Fred from Fresno, California

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RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

Fresburgians from Fresburg. (Grew up in Clovis.)

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(OP)
Mohawks or New Yorkers?
luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

(OP)
The inhabitants of the city of OPORTO in the north of Portugal, are called "tripeiros" "gutsers", because in ancient times the poorest people of the city, ate what no one wanted, which were the guts of the pig.

luis

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

In UK, sometimes the people from St Albans are called Albanians (eg rugby club is called the Old Albanians), which can be confused with people from Albania.

RE: What's your city's nick name inhabitants?

(OP)
England is known as Old Albian I think

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