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In Ireland a Gom is a fool.
It comes from the Irish gamallóg, I imagine.
That man's a total gom.
In Cork city Ireland means..
What are you gawking at?
He was gawking all night long.
a Cork City word.
Probably from Langer and Ballocks.
Insulting. Of a man.
Yer man's a right langball.
a huge quantity.
Often used of drink.
A langerload of pints.
We had a langerload of pints last night.
Derived from langer. see that.
He was langerated. Also he was langers.
In Cork City, Ireland, Bazzer means a haircut.
It could come from Irish, Bearradh Gruaige, pronounced barra grew ige.
I'm going to town for a bazzer.
This is one of hundreds of Irish Gaelic words in use in English here.
Mí-ádh = misfortune or misfortunate person.
He's a right mee-aw or meeaw = he's the type of person to whom everything bad happens.
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