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Hungry for food
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Asdfad
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To imply someone is well endowed.
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How we say Nougat in Waterford. The correct pronunciation is of course New-gah.
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An acronym for the phrase "Come On You Boys in Green" (C.O.Y.B.I.G.) in reference to a phrase uttered at Republic of Ireland soccer matches in support of our players.
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To be very very happy
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Messed up/ wobbly/ crappy
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Pregnant
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Him or it
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Looking, from the very Gawk, to look.
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An enquiry into someone's well being. Akin to 'How are you Today?'
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Cya later
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The time it takes to take a piss
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A question asked if someone feels you are unhappy, troubled or angry due to something another person has said or done.
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What Waterford people do on Twitter
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The girlfriend on the sly or that no one knows of
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A homeless guy in Waterford who's only mission is to say How Do to as many people as possible.
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The Foundary was a factory in Waterford where everyone's grandfather used to work. It was located down by the kay river. They used to pronounce it in this way due to the peculiar gutteral r sound of the old Waterford accent.
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A collective term for the penis and testicles.
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Bauke is a term to describe a large piece of wood. It can also be used as a derogiative to say someone was not pretty or ungainly.