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#irish words

16 tweets that will make no sense to anyone outside Ireland

“Where do ye snake the naggin?”.

From TheJournal.ie A fascinating – and often hilarious – translation of Irish words and phrases Column

A fascinating – and often hilarious – translation of Irish words and phrases

‘Irish Illusions – A Working Glossary’ was written by David E. Tatham of the British Embassy in Dublin during the early 1980s.

7 Irish words and phrases that English just can't match

A tense silence? “The slumber of the sneaky pig.”

7 Irish words that don't exist in English

Bit of plámás, be grand.

Begorrah sure I'll take one of your Irish accents

*Sheep sold separately.