We had a huge response to the first part of Useful Offaly words and phrases. Thank you for all the suggestions, most of which we have added to this second and final part of the list. Some even we couldn't understand.....
Yer wan – An expression used when not sure of a person's name. Usually used to describe a female.
Yer man - An expression used when not sure of a person's name. Usually used to describe a male.
Trow on - Add more to. Usually in terms of adding turf to a fire
Yoke – A term that can be applied to any item where the name of said item is not known
Strahaggy – A game plan for a match
De feeld – Where members of the Gaelic Athletic Association are know to gather
Sound – A term used to describe an individual of good character. Also a general acknowledgement that something is okay
Be more Pacific – Asking a person to narrow down the number of options
Dem – Used to describe a specific group of individuals
Savage – Describes something as being very good
Shpo hon – When someone is totally correct in their assertion
Dats da trute – When someone is totally correct in their assertion
A lohha – A considerable amount of an item
Dat – Demonstrative pronoun/demonstrative adjective
Shocken – Something that causes shock. Can be used as a single word or in a sentence
Tamarra – The day after today
Waher – Clear liquid that usually flows from a tap
Behher – When something improves
Mush – General description of all males in Birr
Daycent – Can be applied to any number of situations but usually applied to an individual
Nohin – An absence of anything
Anhen – An absence of nothing
Hih im a dig – Proper course of action to retaliate when provoked on the field
Wayhen for a snip – A footballer who lurks around the square waiting for a loose ball to break
Noh ha bodder – When something is not a problem
Are ya havin anudder – Generally used when someone is offering another beverage in the pub
Lave ih wih me – Used when someone currently doesn't have the time to deal with something but who will get to it later
In case you missed it, see Part 1 of Useful Offaly words and phrases by clicking here
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