Hibernicism

Hibernicism

(haɪˈbɜːnɪˌsɪzəm) or

Hibernianism

n
(Languages) an Irish expression, idiom, trait, custom, etc
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As in the static Ireland of the Emergency, in Watt's story "nothing" appears to happen, and this nothing happens in a resolutely parochial world--full of gossip, verbal Hibernicisms, and markedly devoid of women, except as occasional sexual objects.
12) In the Glossary, written by the author and her father, Richard Lovell Edgeworth to translate the supposedly authentic Hibernicisms of the narrator, Thady's mention of the 'raking pot of tea' is annotated in the following way: