. Excellent! Great! A jocular expression recently popularized in the 1990s, by the cockney character Delboy in the British sit-com Only Fools and Horses
. Originally from a 1950s advertisement for an ice lolly, by the name of Jubbly
The powerful influence of popular culture is evident in the latest edition of the New Oxford Dictionary of English, published on Thursday.
The second edition of the dictionary - considered to be the foremost single-volume authority on the English language - includes many new words and phrases which started life on television.
The hit American TV show, The Sopranos, has given us "bada bing" while British television has been responsible for the phrase "lovely jubbly
" entering the language, courtesy of sitcom Only Fools and Horses.http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/3166815.stm
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