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Child
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Expressing disbelief or shock, another way of saying are you serious or joking.
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An eloquent manner of saying someone is mean with money.
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Being stooped or hump-backed, from the Irish cruit.
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Referring to an unnamed girl/woman (as opposed to 'yer man')
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A Group Of People (Doesnt Have To Be Males)
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In the sense, to do well or succeed. Often said as a rhetorical question and in a sarcastic sense.
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The Cloonchas is the area of Cloonbonnive and Gortaganny in West Roscommon where most townlands begin with 'Cloon', eg. Cloonfower, Clooncan. From the Irish for meadows, 'Cluainte'.
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An old word for a pipe/ clay pipe. (For smoking)