-verb: to irish up {ahy-rish uhp}

1: to put whiskey into.

2: to combine with whiskey.

3: to infuse with alcohol.
Hostess: "Can I irish up that coffee for you, dear?"
Guest: "No thanks. I have to drive home tonight."

Guy 1: "Dude, I was trying to get with Cathy last night! She's so hot, but she's such a frigid bitch!"
Guy2: "You just have to irish her up first. Then, she'll be like butter in your hand, if you know what I mean."

Son: "Why is Dad crying over that picture of Grandma?"
Mother: "He's all irished up. You know how he gets."
by Biff Atlas December 13, 2010
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To take a shower using Irish Spring body wash, replenishing your daily supply of irishness. Even if you're not Irish you can still have the freshness of Ireland.

Also works with the bar soap.
After a hard day of work, I like to irish up, down some shots of jameson and take home two chicks from the bar.
by part irishman September 10, 2009
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To cause them to go into a blinding, seething, often-homicidal rage. See also: Infuriate.
Get someone's Irish up: "This mother-fucker is gonna get my Irish up if he doesn't get out of my way!"
by voodooKobra July 7, 2007
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Someone hands you a plain glass of egg nog and then asks, "Want me to Irish it up for you?" They mean to pour rum in it, or some other liquor.
by Reechard June 27, 2006
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The bruises on their face from intoxicated fighting.
"Jenny's got some nice Irish make up today"
"Yeah, fist fights and Guinness aren't a good combo"
by rageragerage February 23, 2014
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When you wake up still drunk from the night before.
I must've been really drunk last night because I woke up Irish this morning.

Mary was tired of her husband waking up Irish so she shot him.

Don't get too drunk tonight, no one wants to wake up Irish.
by pseudonymouslyarriffic March 17, 2011
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