Slang to English letter I

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Ickle
Little (Manchester)
'I've got an Ickle Bockle of lemonade here.'

Ikey
Overdressed, posh (Liverpool)

In the Club
Pregnant (Everybody)

In the Pudding Club
Everybody (Everybody)

In the Sack
Euphemism for being in bed with another. (Everybody)
'I got caught in the sack with another woman.'

Innit
Isn't it? (Street slang)
'Dat is well good innit.'

Isaac
50 pounds (Don't know)
'Cor Blimey! That bloke is paying the waitress with Isaacs!'

It Be Reet
It will be alright (Yorkshire)

Ite
Alright? (Don't know)
'Ite mate?'

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