1. a crowd.
|Sl. and Its Analogues.|
2. (Ulster) a plan, a scheme.
|Tarry Flynn (1965) 144: ‘I was talking to May Callan last night.’ ‘I see,’ said Eusebius as if he had heard something very special. ‘Had she any stir?’.|
3. (orig. Ulster) fun, enjoyment, a party.
|Concise Ulster Dict.|
|Reed Dict. of N.Z. Sl.|
4. (N.Z.) a bout of troublemaking.
|Outside In I i: The screws are gettin’ jumpy! We don’t want no more stirs.|
|Reed Dict. of N.Z. Sl. 200: stir 1. Trouble, or the act of encouraging or stirring up trouble.|