a casual blessing, of irish origin, bestowing health, wealth and happiness on the recipient
an unexpected short along with a pint from a friend might illicit the response:"Jack Daniels as well, good on ya, mate"
1. A term used by Aussie's to express a job well done.
2. Aussie slang for "Thanks" or any other gratitude
1. Good on ya, mate! I knew you'd hit the target.
2. Good on ya. Glad your on board
A phrase used to denote congratulations or happiness with deeds.
"You broke up with that buck-toothed harpie? Good on ya, mate!"
Kudos, Congratulations, Way to go? FIrst place I heard it was on Andy of Mayberry.
You won the spelling bee, well good on ya.
Another way of showing you are impressed/proud/excited by someone elses actions.
Often used in a father to son chat about something the son has done well (maybe at school).
"Nice one mate!" & "Well done son!" may also be used
Son - I got in my first fight at school today dad!
Dad - Did ya, good on ya son. Did you win??
An expression similar to "good job" or "nice going."
Also used as "goodonim" or "goodoner"
"You finally went to Homestar's website? Goodonya, dude!"
good job, lookin' sharp, nice; etc.
Self: i just finished installing my new A/C.
Friend: good-on-ya, man. wish I coulda been there.
well done or congratulations
u slept with her? good on ya