Irish word meaning drinking an alcoholic beverage! It is the general pastime of most teenagers in ireland!lol
1st person: "Come gatting tonight by willa?"
2nd person: "Aright so by."
Cork (ireland) word for 'wassup?' or a general greeting. It came from 'what's the story?' but simply 'story?' is the shortened version.
1st person: 'Heya!'
2nd person: 'Story?'
Cork (ireland) phrase which describes something which is annoying or something that is unfair.
see also the single word 'buzz'.
1st person: 'I got a load of homework today.'
2nd person: 'Aw bad buzz!'
1st person: 'D'ya hear that she cheated on him?'
2nd person: 'What? aw thats bad buzz!'
Irish (possibly just in cork, i havent checked!) word meaning: Do you know what I mean?...d'ya know what I mean...the 'what' part is just kind of skipped over and the 'I' is pronounced as a quick 'a' sound (as in 'ah' not 'ay')...Jaatamean is how you say it but i suppose it could be spelled 'dyaatamean' too. I've never seen it written down but it's commonly used in speech in cork/ireland?
1st person: "I think that's bad buzz what she did to him...he didnt deserve that jaatamean?'
2nd person: "I know ya." (also common phrase to use!)
Irish version of 'crack' comes from the irish word 'craic' meaning, i suppose, fun!
'how did ya get on last night?'
'oh we went down the pub...it was great craic/crack!'
Cork (Ireland) word which means 'will you'--->'will ya?--->'willa?'
1st person: 'I'm gonna go get a drink.'
2nd person: 'Hurry up so willa?'
Cork,ireland word for 'wassup' or a general greeting. It came from the greeting 'what's the crack?' but 's'crak?' is just a shortened version i.e. you dont say the 'what' or the 'the' part!!...also see 'crack' because irish crack is not crack-cocaine!:)
1st person: 'Hiya!'
2nd person: 's'crack?'