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Afters (n): dessert Ages (n): long time Agro (n): fight Alans or Alan Wickers(n): nickers; as in keep your alans on; calm down. " Apache (n): joyrider Ape (n): fool Ara be whist (v): shut up Arse (n): backside Arseways (a): "I did it all arseways" = I made a complete mess of it!

Alco (n): someone who's always drunk Amadán (Omadhan) (n): idiot Any Use? Arthurs (n): a pint of Guinness; as in Arthur Guinness the founder.

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.

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Sorry, Hollywood) Bejappers (exclam): as above Bells (n): time, e.g. "she's a Bobfoc" Bobble (v): to walk or to move somewhere Bog (n): country area - where culchies come from Bog ball (n): a derogatory name for gaelic football Bogey (n): snot; something wrong, as in he's bogey or I got a bogey pint Bogger/Bog warrior An Individual hailing from outside Dublin, but within Ireland Bogs (n): public toilets Bogtrotter (n): another word for a culchie Bold (a): naughty Bollacking (n): to "give out" to someone Bollix (n): alt spelling of below Bollocks (n): anyone you think is stupid Bolloxed (a): very drunk Bolloxed up (v): screwed up Bolt (v): go fast/ run away Bombardier (n): type of Irish bus Boozer (n): pub Boreen (n): narrow lane or road Boss (n): polite generic term when you're chatting to someone 'Bout ye (phr): how are you doing?

(Originated in Belfast) Bouzzie, Bowsie (n): young good-for-nothing, who hangs around on street corners Bowler (rhymes with Cow-ler) (n): dog/ugly person Box (n): female genitalia Boxin' the fox (phr): robbing an orchard Boyo (n): a bit of a lad Brass monkey (phr): In reference to exceptionally cold weather - "It'd freeze the balls off a brass monkey".

Brasser (n): woman of ill repute, who charges but a brass coin for her services Brickin' it (a): nervous to the point of soiling oneself Brilliant (a): great, best Brown Trout (n): excrement Brutal (a): terrible Bucket of snots (n): a ugly person Bucketing (v): raining very heavily Buckled (v): drunk Bucko (n): lad, player Bud (n): polite generic term when you're chatting to someone Buff (n): another word for red-necks, although mostly used by red-necks to describe other red-necks living further out in the countryside, and likely to live on a farm up a mountain somewhere OR (a) naked Bushed (v): exhausted/knackered Business (n): shit - as in, 'I have to do me business' Business (n): cool - as in, 'It's the business' when asked about a new film, for example.

Buzzies (n): travellers Cacks (n): trousers - 'I was laughing me cacks off'- I was laughing so hard my trousers fell down' Or ' I wet me cacks' it was so funny - I was so scared 'I shit me cacks'. Caffler (n): arsehole, idiot, eejit Cake-hole (n): mouth or arsehole! "You're some can of piss" Canary, nearly had a (n): had a fright Canted (v): kicked a football over a wall - "you canted the ball you fucking eejit" - as in you CANT get the ball back - the other side of the wall contains usually a big dog or some bollix who never gives you your football back Capper (n): a handicapped person Carpet muncher (n): lesbian Carry-on (n): argument, commotion Cassie (n): back yard Cat (a): no good, awful, very bad Cess, bad (n): Bad luck Cha (n): tea Chancer (n): dodgy/risky character Chav (n): Council housing and violent - someone who lives in an area that was populated by people kicked out of inner city slums Cheek (n): Disrespect Cheesed Off (a): angry, also Pissed Off Cheese on your chin (phr): your fly is open!

Chinwag (n): a chat Chipper (n): fish and chip shop Chips (n): french fries Chiseller (n): young child Chokin' the chicken (v): wank Chucker-out (n): doorman/bouncer Circling over Shannon (phr): drunk.

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