crick: creek, small stream or river "I'm gonna go swimmin' in the crick."
ornery: stubborn, bad tempered "That bull is ornery."
As (adjective) as a (noun with that characteristic) : a phrase used for emphasis, usually humerous "That blanket is soft as a baby's butt."
... as all get out: to the maximum amount "He's as mad as all get out."
if'n: if, in case "If'n you ain't gonna eat that, can I have it?"
air up: inflate "Don't forget to air up your tires."
hunkey dorey: great, perfect "Everything is hunkey dorey!"
cross purposes: two opposing objectives "They's workin' at cross purposes."
womper-jawed/ off kilter: akew, off center "Fix your dress woman, its all womper-jawed."
darn tootin': for sure, clearly "You're darn tootin'!"
fit to be tied: mad, angry "That big bull was fit to be tied when you jumped in his pen."
pop a squat: sit down "Come on over and pop a squat, you look bushed."
bushed: tired, exhausted
hankering/hankerin': a strong desire, craving "I got a hankerin' for waffle house."
waffle house: a 24 hour restaurant, serving diner food and breakfast allll daaayyy looooong!!!
heap: plenty, a plethora "Boy's got a heap a money." (heap of pronounced "heap a")
hear tell: heard a rumor "I hear tell that girl ran oft and got married."
like to/ liked to have: almost, was about to "I like to screamed my head off when I saw that those 'coon eyes by the trash can."
'coon: raccoon, they have reflective eyes in a flashlight beam
goose egg: zero, bruise or bump especially on the head "Poor Casey got a goose egg on his head last weekend."
prolly/ probaly: probably "We should prolly be gettin' in the house right about now 'fore the skeeters come out."
purdy: pretty "Ain't that a purdy little girl!"
fair to midlin': alright, fine, good "Oh, I'm fair to midlin' thanks."
ruther/ druther: rather "I'd ruther/ I druther go to Stoby's."
druthers: preferences "If I had my druthers, we'd be at waffle house."
Stoby's: restaurant in Russleville and Conway, famous for cheese dip and chips
sho nuff: sure enough, that's right, for sure "That boy's got a hot head. Sho nuff."
got a hot head: impatient, quick to anger
tump over: to knock over, turn over "I done tumped over my milk momma."
'et up: eaten up, bitten "If you go out with all those skeeters, you're gonna get 'et up!"
bless your pea-pickin' little heart: aww, poor you, a way of offering condolences "Well bless your pea-pickin' little heart. I'm so sorry to hear that..."
in the offing/ in the offin': in the future, coming up in the near future "I got a surprise for you in the offin'"
I know this one is a bit long, but I got excited!! LOL, let me know what you think!!!!