Local  Sayings
a mhic_'o son'
amadán_'male fool'
bróigín_'little shoe'
bronsa_'firewood'
buachalán_'ragworth'
cáibín_'little cap'
caladh_'land by river bank'
subb_'soup'
caorán_'lump of turf'
cipin_'stickfor firewood'
cliabh_'very large wicker basket'
doirnín_'handle of sythe'
girseach_'girl'
gráinneóg_'hedgehog'
gríseach_'embers of fire'
móinin_'turbary'
múirín_'turf mould'
muise_an interjection'
óinseach_'female fool'
póirín_'small potato'
praíscín_'apron made from bag,used as a tablecloth'
praiseach_'charlock'
púca dall_'blind man's buff'
scib_'wide flat basket for straining potatoes'
sponc_'coltsfoot'
stacán_'fool'
He “cotched “ (caught)   rabbits.
A”hape  “(heap  or flock) of  birds.
A     batch   of  cows. 
Whey”and  “site”to   stop  a Horse   when   driving.
“Come  up”-Hup to  start a  horse  .
“Bell  up-  said when  drawing  cows  to  the  haggard  to  be   milked  .
“gen-  gen”  to call  pigs  to  ford.
“Puddly  pudde”-to  call  ducks  .
“Peopeo-to  call  a  horse 
“geg  geg” –to  call  a goose.
Back-in-to  back  a  horse  when   harnessed.
   Hicark-to  hunt  hens
Frikened- for  frighting 
Hash  weather  -for  harsh weather 
   “Sopple”- for    supple
“Thrashel”-for   threshold
“Bisticle “  for  bicyle
“A “ blow-  for  below
“strap  “for tick”-credit  in  shop
He”s   abroad “ in  the yard”-is   out  in  the yard
Gout”-  go  out
Researched by Conor nolan and Sinead O'Connor
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