Used in place of 'in' or 'for'. Mainly heard from older people.
My love, my dear. Also 'a gráín'
Go away
Someone who is very generous, particularly with money, is said to be flaithiúlach
Irish for 'as if' 'as it were' 'ya right'; also when pretending. Used sarcastically, mostly by older people in West Roscommon. Pr: maur ya
Meaning outside, from older meaning of 'without' as outside
When drinking a mix of alcohol in 1 glass
I will gladly pay you Tuesday if you will contribute to the cost of my next alcoholic beverage [usually all of the cost of it, and then they sit down next to you, happy days!]
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