mockney a form of speech perceived as an affected imitation of cockney in accent and vocabulary. The name, which is a blend of mock and Cockney, is recorded from the late 1980s as a form of pseudo-Cockney often deliberately adopted to conceal a speaker's privileged background.
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Mockler, Hon. Percy Paul, B.A., M.B.A. (MadawaskalaVallée) Minister of Intergovernmental and International Relations and Minister Responsible for the Francophonie, the 2004 Celebrations, Service New Brunswick, and the Culture and Sport Secretariat