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8 definitions by ClaraFloraKavy

 
1.
to run away from an authority figure or to completely pussy out and run.
1. There's the teacher lads, scarper!

2. I caught him out so he scarpered.
by ClaraFloraKavy March 20, 2011
 
2.
Ch
Prefix: "Ch"

Used by tallaght heads and clondalkiners alike in everyday language. usually totally obliviously to the "Ch" prefix.

Featured on "Sarah & Steve"
1. All these bleedin' chung fella's givin' her stick!

2. What ya bleedin talkin t him for hes a bleedin dzzzope, Ch'know what I mean?

3. but we can do that because my ma and her ma are sisters which makes us chusins but if we werent we wouldnt.
by ClaraFloraKavy March 20, 2011
 
3.
To be Riddled means to be infected with some sort of sexual disease. Mostly used to describe slutty girls which you should stay clear of.
1. Gregor: Lads, I shifted Sara last night and ment to see her again tonight but now my throat is killing me.
Sean: Sara? Text her and tell her to check herself. She's bleedin Riddled!
by ClaraFloraKavy March 20, 2011
 
4.
A phrase one would use if you were being sarcastic. "I will in fuck" meaning, there is no chance you will do something. This phrase originates from Dublin. Featured on "Sarah & Steve".
1. Catalina: Boys, D'ya's wanna do shots eh tequilla off eh me stomach?
Steve: I will in Fuck, ya red wreck!
by ClaraFloraKavy March 20, 2011
 
5.
when the male penis is erected, sometimes "on the horn" is used to explain an inappropriate erection
1. I was on the horn, but she didn't even notice. (sad face)

2. Oh lordy, is he on the horn?
by ClaraFloraKavy March 20, 2011
 
6.
An Irish slang word used mostly to describe a sly, crafty little conniving bollix of a fella, only out to bleed the tax payers or friends alike dry of money to use for their own benefits. a bit of a chancer.

"hoor" is pronounced like "sewer"

not always used as an insult.
"You're some cute hoor!" or “Ya cute hoor, ya!”

Irish bankers use "cute hoor" economics. a.k.a " The Cute Hoor Party"
by ClaraFloraKavy March 20, 2011
 
7.
to express your feelings of not caring, in relation to another individuals hardships.
1. Noah: here i'm out of petrol would you spare us £10?
Sean: well i guess thats your own brown bread.
by ClaraFloraKavy March 20, 2011