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caladh_'land by river bank'
caorán_'lump of turf'
cliabh_'very large wicker basket'
doirnín_'handle of sythe'
gríseach_'embers of fire'
praíscín_'apron made from bag,used as a tablecloth'
púca dall_'blind man's buff'
scib_'wide flat basket for straining potatoes'
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
“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|