Books·Updated on Aug 13, 2018. Posted on May 7, 2017Do You Know What These Maine Slang Words Mean?Are you a Mainah or an outta-statah?by Sarah WillsonBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Which of these sentences uses the word "wicked" improperly? Getty Images I've got a wicked awful cold. Correct Incorrect I've got a wicked awful cold. He bought that car for a wicked price. Correct Incorrect He bought that car for a wicked price. She had a wicked buzz on. Correct Incorrect She had a wicked buzz on. Those boots are a wicked bargain. Correct Incorrect Those boots are a wicked bargain. Correct! Wrong! "Wicked" implies an extreme degree, so it would make more sense to say "He bought that car for a wicked good price." Where is a person from if they are "from away"? Getty Images Outside Maine Correct Incorrect Outside Maine The Down East region Correct Incorrect The Down East region Massachusetts Correct Incorrect Massachusetts Canada Correct Incorrect Canada Correct! Wrong! Tourist or transplant, "from away" covers anyone who's not from Maine. You've been invited to go sleddin' — which of these do you bring? Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Image: Via Getty Images Correct Incorrect Via Getty Images Via Getty Images Correct! Wrong! The snow would've given you a clue — in Maine, snowmobiling = sleddin'. The word "numb" could mean any of these things except which one? Getty Images Shocked Correct Incorrect Shocked Unemotional Correct Incorrect Unemotional Numerous Correct Incorrect Numerous Stupid Correct Incorrect Stupid Correct! Wrong! Aside from the usual dictionary definitions, Mainers often use "numb" to mean "stupid." Which of these words is used to refer to lobsters? Sarah Willson / BuzzFeed Bug Correct Incorrect Bug Scrid Correct Incorrect Scrid Scrod Correct Incorrect Scrod Steamer Correct Incorrect Steamer Correct! Wrong! If someone's out buggin', it means they're lobstah fishin'. Your friend from Maine says their car got "stove up." What do they mean? Getty Images It got damaged Correct Incorrect It got damaged It got snowed in Correct Incorrect It got snowed in It was borrowed Correct Incorrect It was borrowed It was stolen Correct Incorrect It was stolen Correct! Wrong! In this context, "stove up" means broken or damaged. You tell a Mainer about the fish you caught and his response is "Daow!" How do you s'pose he feels? Getty Images Impressed Correct Incorrect Impressed Doubtful Correct Incorrect Doubtful Jealous Correct Incorrect Jealous Unmoved Correct Incorrect Unmoved Correct! Wrong! An exclamation of "daow!" is a common way to express negation or skepticism. What does cunnin' mean in Maine slang? Getty Images Cute Correct Incorrect Cute Sexy Correct Incorrect Sexy Complicated Correct Incorrect Complicated Foolish Correct Incorrect Foolish Correct! Wrong! As in "Look at the baby, ain't he cunnin'?" You ask a Mainer if they want to have dinner, but they say they're "drove right up." What does this mean? Getty Images Busy Correct Incorrect Busy Full Correct Incorrect Full Sick Correct Incorrect Sick Broke Correct Incorrect Broke Correct! Wrong! In other words, they're right out straight all day.