"FRAME" - meaning "shape up". In discussions, my colleague said her Mum once used this in conversation about a woman on their road who had lost her husband and wasn't coping at all well. Before counselling was invented, the best advice she received from caring friends and neighbours (poor woman) was that she needed "to frame her sen"!!!!
"SIDE" - meaning to put away. In Yorkshire, when we have finished dinner or tea etc, we "side " the pots. My colleague reminded me of a dreaded phrase that my mother often used when referring to the state of my teenage bedroom - we needed to have a "BIG SIDEATION"
We are now using these 2 words as often as possible in our office - and making ourselves chuckle (alot) in the process.