A lot. AS in "a geansaí load of...". From the Irish word for jumper or sweater. Originating from when kids would steal apples from orchards and would carry them back home by using their jumpers as makeshift baskets.
A geansaí load of gee.
by madhillick March 25, 2009
10 Words related to geansaí load
A lot; much
I ate a geansaí load of biscuits
by Tessp August 20, 2008

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