bobowler

bobowler

(ˈbɒbˌaʊlə)
n
dialect Midland English a large moth
[of uncertain origin]
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He has spent months scouring the four corners of the district to discover words that have been lost in the sands of time, words such as bobowler, wasin, bibble and loon.
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Add in words like Bobowler (a large moth), bostin (very good) and blart (cry), not to mention wammel (animal) and paces (sandwiches) and you're halfway to speaking like a Black Country native.