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17 definitions by maidhcil mac fheorais

 
1.
In a bad way. Totally disorganised, all over the place. Can mean hungover or just plain sick. Can mean a combination of mental disorder and physical damage. Like in bits, banjaxed, in a jocker, in a heap.
She drank the full bottle, took all the pills and was too wasted to slit her wrists properly. She's in rag order today.
by Maidhcil Mac Fheorais September 16, 2007
 
2.
In Ireland, an urban culchie. A person from a country town like Clonmel who considers themself urban and would look down on culchies who they consider to be more primitive.
He's an annoying culchie, probably a mulchie.
by Maidhcil Mac Fheorais September 16, 2007
 
3.
An alcoholic in Dublin living almost like a down and out. Someone whose life is ruled by drink. Possibly derived from booze.
We went on the piss Friday, Saturday and Sunday. We were like two bowzies going around.
by Maidhcil Mac Fheorais September 16, 2007
 
4.
A homosexual. A homosexual who doesn't conform to the gay stereotype.
Last night he told his mother he was a broke back mountaineer.
by Maidhcil Mac Fheorais September 16, 2007
 
5.
Irish word for rickety, unsteady, badly made. It wouldn't generally be considered slang, is used by young and old alike.
Don't sit on that chair, it's a bit bockedy.
by Maidhcil Mac Fheorais September 16, 2007
 
6.
In a very bad state.
I saw Dickie Rock on the tele last night. His head was in a jocker.
by Maidhcil Mac Fheorais September 16, 2007
 
7.
In a bad state. In a state of severe dilapidation. See banjaxed, in bits, rag order.
I can't go outside the door today. I'm in a heap after last night.
by Maidhcil Mac Fheorais September 16, 2007