‘No more she ha’nt, bor, no more she ha’nt.’

mO_ok

Senior Member
Lithuanian
Hello,

'Gently Down the Stream' by Alan Hunter here, as usual. I find this expression puzzling:

The painter dipped his brush and scrubbed some more paint into a weathered strake before replying.
‘Ah . . .’ he said indifferently.
‘She hasn’t had a lick lately, I’d say.’
‘No more she ha’nt, bor, no more she ha’nt.’

I'm ok with the accent - it is the structure that I'm unfamiliar with. So what does 'no more she haven't' mean in this context?
 
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