Beyond nuances of pronunciation and grammar, there are entire words in the Midland lexicon that have a distinctly regional flavor.
The Dictionary of American Regional English, a compendium of regional and folk speech, lists several examples of regional words used in Nebraska. Words and definitions are taken from daredictionary.com.
» blowout (noun): A hollowed out area of bare ground caused by wind erosion.
» chophill (noun): A small, usually barren hill that appears as if roughly chopped up.
» doodinkus (noun): Another word for 'doohickey;' an unspecified gadget.
» dugout (noun): A primitive dwelling built wholly or partly underground.
» oil mat (noun): An oiled road.
» pickle (noun): A pull-tab lottery ticket.
» on pump (noun): On credit.
» runza (noun): A pocket of bread of pastry dough traditionally stuffed with ground beef, cabbage, onions and spices.
» sandhiller (noun): An inhabitant of the Sand Hills region of western Nebraska.
» soddy (noun): A sod dwelling.
» timber squirrel (noun): A gray squirrel.
» topsy stove (noun): A small stove with an overhanging top.
» hay-waddy (noun): A worker temporarily employed in haying.
— Blake Ursch