Connaught

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Used in place of 'in' or 'for'. Mainly heard from older people.
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Diarrhea.
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My love, my dear. Also 'a gráín'
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Go away
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Someone who is very generous, particularly with money, is said to be flaithiúlach
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Irish for 'as if' 'as it were' 'ya right'; also when pretending. Used sarcastically, mostly by older people in West Roscommon. Pr: maur ya
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Meaning outside, from older meaning of 'without' as outside
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When drinking a mix of alcohol in 1 glass
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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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