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I've seen this word a couple of times in twitter and I've not gotten a clear definition. A friend of mine wrote a mock British text that went like this "al av ya mum ya larl cunt" so that might give context.

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    My guess is the specific 'larl' means little. Overall, I would not use the mentioned phrase in any but the most intimate company... – oerkelens Apr 8 '14 at 19:38
  • Well that's quite obvious, I wasn't planning on repeating the whole phrase unless I wanted to get kicked out of wherever I may be at the time of use. But yeah, that seems like a good guess. – Anthony Apr 8 '14 at 19:41
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For the sake of completeness:

al av ya mum ya larl cunt

al = I will -> I'll -> ah'll

av = have -> 'ave (in this case have has overtly sexual connotations as in "have sexual relations with")

ya = your -> ya'r -> ya

mum = mother (not really slang)

ya = you -> ya

larl = little -> lirle -> lahrl

And the last word is so commonly used I feel I need not explain it :)

As I said in the comment, but also for future reference: do not use sentences like this unless you are in really intimate company. Not all strangers are likely to react well to statements of this kind :)

  • ya = your in this case, wouldn't you say? "I'll have sexual relations with your mother" – stib Apr 9 '14 at 7:23
  • Yes, I would, and I did. There are two ya's in the sentence, and I included both in order. :) – oerkelens Apr 9 '14 at 7:27

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