We were inspired by the success of previous Pittsburghese posts so we decided to create the ultimate Pittsburghese collection from A to Z. Here is part three, E and F.

1. Erol (noun)

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Oil, as in “The car needs an erol change.”

2. Et (verb)

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Ate, as in “We et so much at Thanksgiving dinner dahn grandma’s haus.”

3. Elvis has left the building! (phrase)

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Phrase uttered by Mike Lang when the Pens win.

4. Eas’ahia (place)

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East Ohio Street, as in the street in Pittsburgh.

5. Erboto Clemenny (person)

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The iconic Pittsburgh Pirate who has a bridge named after him in Pittsburgh.

6. Fer (preposition)

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For, like “The Steelers are gonna go fer it all this year!”

7. Fahr (noun)

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Fire, as in “There’s a fahr in the neighborhood, be careful!”

8. Fillings (noun)

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Feelings, like “Mom, Sally really hurt my fillings!”

9. Fig-gurd (verb)

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Figured, as in “I fig-gurd as much!”

10. Filthadelphia (place)

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The nickname for Philadelphia that some Pittsburghers use.

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