MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Each region of our country has a distinct way of talking, don’tcha know?

Now, a new dictionary is picking up on those regional dialects. The Dictionary of American Regional English is done after 50 years.

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The final volume has 60,000 regional words and phrases.

It also offers a broad history on how the English language is spoken in the U.S.

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Some of the words from Minnesota include “hot dish,” which is what we obviously call casserole.

The list also includes the word “Dagwood,” which is a sandwich piled with ingredients much like Dagwood from the “Blondie” comic strips.

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Somewhat lesser known is the term “kittenball,” which is another name for a softball that was coined in Minneapolis.