Connecticut Slang

7 Connecticut Slang Words To Sound Like A Local

If you’re spending some time in the state, you will want to know these Connecticut slang words to help you speak like a local. From great road trips to tasty burgers, as well as enjoyable cities like Hartford, this is a state you will want to get to know a whole lot better.

Take note of these essential Connecticut phrases and you’ll fit right in – or at the very least, not be confused if somebody says one of these sayings! From going down to the Package Store to grabbing a cuppa joe at Dunkin, you’ll hear these slang words all over the state.

Connecticut Slang Words

1. Nutmegger = Someone from Connecticut

“New Englander?” “Nah, I’m a Nutmegger!”

Connecticut Slang

2. Grinder roll- Type of sandwich

“I’m going to the deli, want a grinder roll?”

Connecticut Slang

3. T-town= Torrington, CT

“Party in T-town tonight!”

Connecticut Slang

4. Package store or Packie for short = Liquor store

“I’ll swing by the Packie after work.”

5. U-ey= U-turn

“Shoot, we missed the turn! Do a U-ey!”

6. Bonfire- A party in the woods

“You guys heading to the bonfire this weekend?”

7. Dunkin- Dunkin Donuts

“I go to Dunkin every single morning.”

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