Meaning of New Zild in English:

New Zild

Pronunciation /njuː ˈzɪld/

noun

mass nouninformal New Zealand
  • 1New Zealand English, especially when spoken with a broad or stereotypical New Zealand accent.

    • ‘turns out some words in New Zild don't mean the same as in the US’
    1. 1.1New Zealand.
      • ‘apricots are out of season in New Zild’
      • ‘He never fit the typical New Zild rugged rugby stereotype.’
      • ‘In New Zild, people usually just go "That's a strange name."’
      • ‘I repeat my claim, Wake up New Zild!’
      • ‘He will need to get in quick or he will suffer his second bout of regime change and his advisers will need to coach him on correct New Zild etiquette.’
      • ‘The New Zild programme makes this point cleverly.’
      • ‘She is the indomitable ambassadress of New Zild speak.’
      • ‘The channel is in danger of embodying more of a New Zild spirit than our own state broadcaster.’
      • ‘Trying to play by genre rules in a New Zild accent is a tricky thing.’
      • ‘It's been a successful wooing of the Dunedin public with quality comedy, much of it purest New Zild.’
      • ‘He certainly leapt on the opportunity to paint such a tax as an un-New Zealand death duty that most would reject as an unpatriotic attack on a sacred New Zild right of wealth creation.’

adjective

informal New Zealand
  • Relating to New Zealand or New Zealanders.

    • ‘the typical New Zild rugged rugby stereotype’

Origin

1960s a contraction based on a stereotyped broad, clipped pronunciation of New Zealand.