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[Ire] W. Ryan Letter in Share Slanguage n.p.: They were drawing a cordon round the city [...] This caused ‘Molly Bawn’ with us – we were trying to finish off the [whiskey] stills and shut down [BS].
at Molly Ban/Bawn, n.
[Ire] Mason & Rheingold Slanguage n.p.: Hose [...] boyfriend.
at hose, n.1
[Ire] Mason & Rheingold Slanguage n.p.: Mcmoon [‘moon’].
at Mc-, pfx
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at rattle, v.
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at coaxyorum, n.
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at coaxyorum, n.
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at crab-shells (n.) under crab, n.1
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at claim, n.
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at corp, n.2
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at crapper, n.2
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at dilsy, n.
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at dilsy, n.
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at dilsy, n.
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at ding-dust, n.
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at fardel, n.
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at finagle, v.
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at flah, n.
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at flah, v.
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at flat, n.1
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at gabslick (n.) under gab, v.
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at ganch, n.
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at annie no-rattle, n.
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at badly done (adj.) under bad, adj.
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at put the bag on (v.) under bag, n.1
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at barney, n.4
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at all behind like the cow’s tail (adj.) under behind, adv.
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at binlid, n.1
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at Blind Billy’s bargain, n.
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at blister, n.1
[Ire] Share Slanguage.
at blitter, v.
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