Question: What do they call a girl in Australia?

Sheila –slang for woman, derived from the Irish girls name Síle (IPA: [ˈʃiːlʲə], anglicised Sheila).

What do you call a pretty girl in Australia?

Beaut!/Beauty!: beaut, beauty or you beauty is a very Australian way to say that something is great. Bloke: another word for a man. Bludger: an Australian term for a lazy person. Bogan: the Australian equivalent of a redneck.

What is Sheila slang for?

sheila. A girl or woman. This word first appeared in Australian English in 1832 with the spelling shelah. It was initially used in Australia to refer to a woman of Irish origin, but from the late 19th century onwards it became a general term for a woman or girl.

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