English word senses marked with other category "Irish English"
Total 1776 word senses
- ABE … Denjoe (31 senses)
- Dub … IPCC (38 senses)
- IRA … NRA (52 senses)
- NS … Rose of Tralee (32 senses)
- SF … Ulster custom (32 senses)
- VN … arrestable offence (43 senses)
- arse … bank holiday (40 senses)
- bap … beour (28 senses)
- berk … boffin (42 senses)
- bog … bubble and squeak (39 senses)
- buck … cashpoint (39 senses)
- cat … coalitionology (46 senses)
- cock … coronach (34 senses)
- cos … cute hoorism (40 senses)
- da … ditch (31 senses)
- div … elegant (42 senses)
- em … fetch (31 senses)
- fey … gaff (40 senses)
- gar … gobshite (38 senses)
- gom … haitch (35 senses)
- half … hoarding (37 senses)
- hob … jambon (54 senses)
- jar … know-all (31 senses)
- lad … like the new time (30 senses)
- lin … mayor (41 senses)
- me … morto (34 senses)
- mot … no-one (40 senses)
- nob … package holiday (44 senses)
- pad … pissy bed (41 senses)
- pith … pruck (34 senses)
- pub … ready for the off (30 senses)
- red … salute (49 senses)
- sambo … sevendible (27 senses)
- shag … social (52 senses)
- sod … strong enough to trot a mouse on (41 senses)
- strop … tick (35 senses)
- tig … turnip (34 senses)
- twat … wee (28 senses)
- weedy … yousser (53 senses)
- 'hon (Interjection) ; Alternative spelling of hon² (“come on, bravo”)
- -een (Suffix) Used to form the diminutives of nouns in Hiberno-English.
- -een (Suffix) Used to anglicise the Irish -ín suffix when anglicising Irish nouns.
- 1d (Noun) Abbreviation of one penny. (a coin with the value of 1 pence/penny; 1/240th of a pound, in pre-decimalisation currency, never used for 'one new penny').
- 1d (Adjective) Initialism of one-dimensional.
- 2d (Adjective) Abbreviation of two-dimensional; 2D.
- 2d (Adjective) Obsolete form of 2nd.
- 2d (Noun) Abbreviation of two pence, tuppence (in pre-decimalisation currency, never used for 'two new pence').
- 32-county (Adjective) Covering the whole of the island of Ireland, including both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
- 99 (Noun) An ice cream cone with a chocolate flake inserted into the ice cream.
- 999 (Proper name) The telephone number for emergency services in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Burma, Bahrain, Qatar, the UAE, Kenya, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Ghana, Sudan, South Sudan, Sierra Leone, Guyana, Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent, Dominica, Kiribati, Samoa, the Solomon Islands, and the Seychelles.
- 999 (Proper name) The telephone number for law enforcement in Singapore, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Eswatini, Botswana, Tanzania, Mauritius, and Trinidad and Tobago.
- 999 (Proper name) The telephone number for firefighting assistance in Malawi and Tonga.
- 999 (Proper name) The telephone number for ambulance services in Poland.
- 999 (Noun) Emergency services; emergency service personnel.
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