Me Ma – Not to be confused with the sound of an approaching ambulance, it means 'my Mammy'
Tree – The number before four and after two. Also a large item with branches and leaves.
Turheen – An unlucky number after 12 and before 14
Turhee – Number after 29 and before 31
Ho – (pronounced like hot without the 't') – Double meaning. An expression that something contains excessive heat and also a standard response when a statement is not heard correctly.
Hames – To make a particularly bad mess of something.
Feiced – Used to express tiredness or the degree to which something is broken
Totally feiced – Used to express total tiredness or that an item is totally broken
Banjaxed – Used to express a state beyond total tiredness or to describe an item that is beyond repair.
Jayzus – Used as an expression of surprise.
Mane – Used to describe someone that is less than generous.
Lehher – Item of post delivered by the postman
Fodder – Term used to describe all food but usually invoked after a night of socialising
Grand – General expression of contentment that can cover a variety of situations including mood, state of repair of an item or the weather.
Shnake – An untrustworthy individual
Well – A general greeting that does not necessarily mean you are interested in the other person's general well being.
Pints – General description of all alcohol and not just restricted to pints of various beverages.
Session – An expression to describe a light evening's socialising
P**s up – An expression to describe a more robust night's socialising
I seen – Colloquial term for I saw
I done - Colloquial term for I did
Aks - Colloquial term for to ask