Here are five words and five phrases, all genuine dialect terms from the Westcountry (that’s south-west England) - guess what they mean. With some below it may help to know that Westcountry is one of the most conservative of English dialects, relatively isolated economically and geographically - and so closer to pre-Norman English than ‘standard’ English is (whether British or American).
Them’s gurt macky jaspers, buye.
Dap down Asdal an get I some Forn, willa?
Yer! S’pitchin out.
Ee be chuckin a benny, innum.
Kudos if you can get any of these without googling.