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Cork) Gansey (n): sweater, jersey, pullover or loads (of something) Gargle (n & v): alcohol - to go out drinking Gary Glitter (n): your shitter or arse Gas (a): funny Gasún (gossoon) (n): child Gasur (n): young boy Gatch (n): an unusual way of walking e.g.
That's Arthur Guiness talking (phr): when someone is talking rubbish while under the influence Arthur Scargill (n): gargle/drink; after the miners union leader in the 80s in England.
Article (n): a woman, usually half in jest Artist, government (n): person 'drawing' the dole [social security] Ask me arse/bollocks; go and shite; eff off and don't be annoying me (phr): general ways of telling someone to shut up As rough as a bear's arse As scarce as hen's teeth As sharp as a beach ball As sick as a small hospital As small as a mouse's diddy As thick as two short planks As useful as a lighthouse on a bog As useful as a cigarette lighter on a motorbike.
a mug of rosie and a doorstep Dope (n): idiot, more playful than eejit On the Doss (v): To be goofing off Dosser (n): layabout, useless Dote (n): a lovely little thing, usually a baby or a nice person Down the Swanie (phr): down the drain Doxie (n): a lady of the night who plies her trade on the docks Drain da snake (phr): have a piss, take a leak Drawers (n): underwear, usually ladies' :-) Dressed to the nines (phr): done up, in your Sunday best Drink Link (n): a bank ATM Drop the hand (phr): gain access to a female's nether regions, go below the belt etc.
Dry Shite (n): a dull, boring person Dry up (phr): Shut up!