Cockney Rhyming Slang London's Famous Secret Language Logo

Loaf of Bread

Loaf of Bread is Cockney slang for Head.

"Use yer Loaf!"

Credit: contributed by Danny on 21-Apr-2000.


Ratings for Loaf of Bread

This slang has been rated:

Classic 298 times. Modern 27 times. Mockney 31 times.

Rate Loaf of Bread



Comments and queries


Cockney Twitter

We tweet new slang every day!

  • Tweet JOHN CLEESE means CHEESE #cockney #london #slang #cockneyrhymingslang https://t.co/vZ70SFBrPq
  • Tweet Congrats to the OXO TUBE! 8 million night journeys? I feel CREAM CRACKERED just thinking about it!… https://t.co/6GrF004del
  • Tweet HERRING BONE means PHONE #cockney #london #slang #cockneyrhymingslang https://t.co/64hZI9ImZ0
  • Tweet Noticed some strange JIMMY CLIFFS or RICHARD THE THIRDS near your gaff? Could be #urbanfoxes...… https://t.co/kjIw05h7nD
  • Tweet DANCING FLEAS means KEYS #cockney #london #slang #cockneyrhymingslang https://t.co/UY3Yji2xKM
  • Tweet CAT AND CAGES means WAGES #cockney #london #slang #cockneyrhymingslang https://t.co/QL4SveevqG

Follow us on Twitter