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Chapter Page I Sources of AngloIrish Dialect
Affirming Assenting and Saluting
Asserting by Negative of Opposite
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Anglo-Irish applied Armagh asked Ballyorgan Billy Brehon Law butter called Carlow Catholic chapel Collegians Cork Crofton Croker curse custom dance Derry devil dialect diminutive dinner Donegal Dublin everywhere in Ireland expression eyes fairy Father fellow fool Gaelic Gerald Griffin girl give hand head hear heard everywhere horse idiom Ireland Irish Folk Song Irish language Irish word Jack Joyce Kerry Kildare Kilfinane Kinahan kind Knocknagow Limerick looking MacCall merely a translation Moran Morris mouth Munster Music and Songs never old English Old Irish Patrick person phrase poor potatoes pottheen priest pronounced replied rhyme Robert Dwyer Joyce round schools sense Seumas Simmons sometimes sort sound and meaning sounded like th South Monaghan speak stick talk there's thing to-day turf Ulster usual walk Wexford woman young