Cockney Rhyming Slang London's Famous Secret Language Logo

Isaac

Isaac is Cockney slang for 50 pounds.

"Cor Blimey! That bloke is paying the waitress with Isaacs!"

Because Isaac Newton is on the fifty pound note.

Credit: contributed by Ben on 26-Jan-2010.


Ratings for Isaac

This slang has been rated:

Classic 62 times. Modern 31 times. Mockney 228 times.

Rate Isaac



Comments and queries


Cockney Twitter

We tweet new slang every day!

  • Tweet HARRY HILL means PILL #cockney #london #slang #cockneyrhymingslang https://t.co/e8eLu7J4SD
  • Tweet But if the UNCLE GUS ain't red, will folk realise they're in #London?? https://t.co/AUIyKhpWug #cockneyrhymingslang https://t.co/l2ZuOVMDzb
  • Tweet SAUSAGE ROLL means GOAL #cockney #london #slang #cockneyrhymingslang https://t.co/XJgp8kGhI9
  • Tweet BENDED KNEES means CHEESE #cockney #london #slang #cockneyrhymingslang https://t.co/7cTXCaPTW6
  • Tweet Tell me about it! Don't get me started, I'll only get MUM AND DAD. https://t.co/Kk8Y8X5YTx #London… https://t.co/HRDB3fyF3M
  • Tweet SHEPHERD'S PLAID means BAD #cockney #london #slang #cockneyrhymingslang https://t.co/x5VXfcYfPw

Follow us on Twitter