Ma hut is o'er dem der hills
by Lefty December 1, 2004
In ye Olde English times, ye medievel realms an ti Lord control o'er serfs.
by Kung-Fu Jesus May 1, 2004
v. t. To crow, exult, or boast, over; to overpower. Contraction of "overcrow."
HAMLET
O, I die, Horatio;
The potent poison quite o'er-crows my spirit:
I cannot live to hear the news from England;
But I do prophesy the election lights
On Fortinbras: he has my dying voice;
So tell him, with the occurrents, more and less,
Which have solicited. The rest is silence.
by Overlord Zurg March 16, 2004
Suggests that bad weather is imminent as there are dark clouds in the distance. Used in the Sheffield, Yorkshire/Chesterfield, Derbyshire areas of the UK
It's looking a bit black o'er Bill's mothers'
by lindyloohs April 6, 2006
It is an old irish saying meaning to be fed well enough to become fat. Ex: Your sides are fat enough to cover your backbone.
Man: Aye lad, have ye got your sides o'er your back yet?
Boy: Yes sir I have eaten my fill.
by Veritazium May 6, 2021