British soldiers- Tommies
German Soldiers- Krauts, Jerrys, Huns, Tedeschi (Italian term)
Teds (British abbreviated form of above)
Japanese Soldiers- Japs, nips, slants (the term slants reffers to the Japanese people's eye shape.)
American soldiers- G.I.'s (Government Issue) Or For the Real Green soldiers, draftees, Joes, Mac (USMC only)
Italian soldiers- Eye-ties, Goombah (Even though the term was more widly used after the war to reffer to Italian thugs)
French soldiers- Frogs
Polish soldiers-the polls
Russia-Reds, Ruskies, Commies, Ivan.
Ami's for AmericansSee the Military Slang book Fubar or German Military slang on Wiki
The Germans referred to the British as 'Tommys'.
Jerry Jerry was the British term. US soldiers called them Krauts or Nazis.
A question about slang names for soldiers have already been answered in other Questions. American soldiers: GI Joe - Yank (Draftees usually) British: Tommy German: Tedeschi (Italian) - Kraut See Question: What slang terms did German soldiers use for French soldiers in World War 1?
(Union) Bluebelly (Confederate) Johnny Reb
A dialect is a way of speaking, usually in one particular place in the world. It's different because different dialects use different pronunciations and slang terms.
yea sanitary engineer = trash man
Krauts was the most common. Squareheads, Jerries, some used terms left over from WWI, and called them the Huns, or the Boche.
Slang terms for a woman:chickbroaddameSlang terms for a man:studa "hunk"
They are called slang terms because they ARE slang terms. Slang means a nickname or a word that doesn't mean what it seems to mean.
slang term for methaphamine
Money has many different slang terms attached to it. You can call money moolah, buck, bill, green, dough, cheese, cheddar, etc.. for American slang.
There is no slang term for "have." Slang terms are used for things that are complex, or for things used in a particular situation (such as sports or work). People don't make up slang for simple words.
The Wehrmacht was the Armed forces The Army was the Heer Slang terms: Boche which is French for hard head American's called them krauts short for saurkraut. The British called them Jerry's
You need to learn the slang terms in order to use them.
An athlete on steroids can be described as "on the juice" or "juicin'it".slang terms for steroids:"Roids"juicesauceslopRed Power Ranger Go-Go Juiceslang for a period of steroid use : cycle or cyclingslang for simultaneous use of different steroids : "stacking"slang for a person on steroids : "nuclear" or "micro-wavable"slang terms for steroid brands often used by teenagers: "D", "Deca", "D-Bol," "Test"Roids, Juice, Slop, Sauce
The slang terms I'm familiar with are: P.I. Private Eye, Peeper and Dick
divulge this information because the slang terms are hurtful to the individual(s) involved.
In the 1970's there were a few different slang terms that were used instead of the word sleep. The most popular term that was used was the word crash.
It's the same thing, just different slang terms.
Restroom IS a slang term. Click on the related question
There aren't slang terms for people's names.
One will find that there is no slang term for brake lines, as they are not referred to in another way. There are many other slang terms for street etiquette, but there is not a slang therm for 'brake line' currently.
You have a misunderstanding of history and terms. "Redcoats" was a slang term for soldiers of the British Army. They WERE the British, and did not want to break away from anything.