(Irish) a lump of phlegm.
|Goodbye to The Hill (1966) 27: He shot a big gollyer out of the window.|
|(con. 1920s) Your Dinner’s Poured Out! 220: gollier spittle.|
|Around the Banks of Pimlico 78: On Sundays Johnny Tynan never came around [selling papers], we had Gollier instead. He was a tall, skinny man with a permanently runny nose and he was always spitting .|
|Smokey Hollow 35: They loved being there except when their Granny hawked and dropped a big gollyer in the spittoon beside her chair.|
|Tales From a City Farmyard 71: In the traditional way that he sealed a deal with others, he spat a big gollier onto his toil-worn hand, and slapped it down on my scholarly hand.|
|Everyday Eng. and Sl. [Internet] Gollier (n): a big, fat spit of phlegmy stuff.|