culchie


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culchie

(ˈkʌltʃiː)
n
informal Irish a rough or unsophisticated country-dweller from outside Dublin
[from a local pronunciation of the Mayo town of Kiltimagh]
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Not in my book, but then I'm a thick Mick, oiwnseach (Gaelic female fool), a culchie (village idiot) - not to be confused with a jackeen (a city wide boy).
But don't be surprised by the esteemed author's use of such sentence-stoppers as peelers, squaddie and culchie.
Nights in which any pretence of having good taste was cast aside in a desperate bid to attract culchie girls, in a desperate bid to get back to their flats (we still lived with our mums).
It's giving the TV back to the punter - but I don't want any hairy, dirty culchie students watching it
He loves sport, he's half a culchie - both his parents Paddy and Kay originally come from Mullagh in County Galway - and, at 17, he's busy making his way in the world.
One drunken little culchie halfwit even went so far as to claim that this was a student area and that the residents should either like it or lump it.
These culchie fools are disgracing the homes they claim to hold so dear.
Chelsea have been the form side, with Hazard taking to the Premier League like a culchie to the ploughing festival and Fernando Torres, Juan Mata and Branislav Ivanovic in cracking form.
Well this is one culchie who won't be making his way to Croke Park later this month.
So of course I was dead set against Celebrity Reality Charity Get Me Out Of Here Culchie Bootcamp, or whatever it's actually called, before it even started.
by our agriculture correspondent, Culchie McMucker THE ALLIANCE Party has told supporters to vote for former Ulster Farmer's Union leader John Gilliland in next month's European election.