Originally from the travellers' cant language which meant woman. But now used most commonly in Limerick City to describe a good looking girl
'That beor's got a daycent arse.'
by Mossy123 July 22, 2008
used widely in limerick.
origin - unknown.
means "girl" or "girlfriend" similar to gangland phrase "bitch"
mossy- " shes a fine beor"
by hadabileep April 08, 2006
a cool word we use here in ballincollig in cork in ireland for people who you know its usually good and cant be used bad.
"i know these beors"
"alright beors!"
"hows it going beors?"

NOT "you gay beors" that doesnt work
by sosuperirish August 10, 2008
The gaelic for BEER used for a girl/chick/lash/ho WRONGLY.

Some drunk lad from lets say limerick if it is so widely used there as the above person states. Must have got drinks mixed up

Fíona meaning WINE and Beor meaning BEER are usually found on the same page of basic irish books, usually in, the food and drink secion. Somehow this drunk probably in 4th class has started a tradition of calling a girl a beor (beer) and knacker(guy) a Fíon(wine).

If things were right itd be the other way around. But theres no hope.
"fine arse on that beor"

"hes a shmelly fion"
by U2rockyoursocks August 25, 2006

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