I don't know if anyone has addressed the words that Southern people use, because I didn't read through all 11 pages. I'm not talking, "yonder," and, "ain't", either!
We call a paper bag a "poke"
Instead of pushing/pressing a button, we "mash," it.
We substitute "ill" for mad. (ie: Don't get ill.)
Beat up is, "whoop up on."
Of course, we say, "fixing to," in stead of about to.
Staying out is, "laying out." (ie: He laid out all night, or, She laid out of work)
"Lickety split," means really fast.
And of course, we never call it the Civil War. It's, "The War Between The States."