Abhainn (Gaelic) river [aveen or locally aween]
From the Irish word for water, “uisce“.
The word lough is pronounced like loch (/lɒk, lɒx/) and comes from the Irish loch, meaning lake. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, there are an estimated 12,000 lakes in the Republic of Ireland covering an area of over 1,200 square kilometers.
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The meaning of lake in the Irish language is hole.
A loch (usually lough as a name element outside of Scotland) is a body of water that is either: a loch or; an inlet, which can also be a fjord , a fjord, an estuary or a bay.
Louth, Irish Lú, county in the province of Leinster in north-east Ireland. The smallest county in Ireland in terms of area, it is bounded by Northern Ireland (north), the Irish Sea (east), County Meath (south and west) and County Monaghan (northwest).
Bairn is a Northern English, Scots and Scots term for a child. It originated in Old English as “bearn” and was restricted to Scotland and the north of England c.
Sláinte means “health” in Irish and Scottish Gaelic. It is often used as drinking toast in Ireland, Scotland and the Isle of Man.
Etymology. Borrowed from Sanskrit नदी (nadī́).
Rivers have male or female Deltas are male or female rivers. Large male rivers have high dikes in their lower reaches and estuaries. Many smaller rivers arise from the levees of Male rivers and flow parallel to the river into the sea.
Feck as a verb once meant “to look out”, perhaps from Irish feic. And then there’s Irish slang feck “steal, take,” which according to the Chambers Dictionary of Slang may have come from Old English feccan “to fetch, win, take,” or German fegen “to plunder.”
Muckers. Buddy, buddy, friend.
When driving in Ireland, especially in more rural areas, it is considered impolite to ignore an oncoming driver. This is done by simply lifting your finger off the steering wheel to say hello. You might raise your whole hand if you recognize the person, but at least a slight wave motion as you pass is expected.
[ ahy-rish-woom-uhn ] SHOW IPA. /ˈaɪrɪʃˌwʊmən/ PHONETIC RESPELLING. noun, plural I rish women en. a female born in Ireland or of Irish descent.