School: Drom Dhá Liag (C.) (roll number 12230)

Drimoleague, Co. Cork
Máire, Bean Uí Dhrisceoil

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Written by Bridgie Keating Gurrane Drimoleague

Maoideamhing = boasting
she is boasting about what she know
Teaspach means taspy or high notions
it was by the strength of taspy she did it
Gríosach means small coals left after a fire
Doicheallach means stingy or tight
dont be so DOICHEALLACH about the book
T-anam chun Dé means my soul to God
Mo mhúirnín means a chum
she is a great MHÚIRNÍN of mine
Seach means a smoke of the pipe
have another SEACH before you will go
Bean a tighe means women of the house
she is a great BEAN A TIGHE
Eiregeann áirde means madam
she has great EIRIGEINN ÁIRDE
Praiseach means trash
do not be making PRAISEACH of the composition
Furtive means simple
that sum was very FURTIVE

Bridgie Keating
Garranes South, Co. Cork