taig

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taig

(teɪɡ)
n
(Roman Catholic Church) dialect often derogatory Ulster a Roman Catholic
[variant of the Irish name Tadhg, originally signifying any Irishman]
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Security is slack; the Taigs keep a low profile; UVF rules ok.
The original spray-painted message in red reads "UTH [Up the Huns (Protestant)] Michael KAT [Kill All Taigs (Catholics)] T.
Indeed, the sight of hundreds of Unionists in the Phoenix Park at the invitation of Ireland's President seemed like another big bonding session for the Taigs and the Prods.
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There were Prods wearing the green and Taigs supporting Northern Ireland - and there was no trouble, not even against the English which neither side really like.
Venomous graffiti scrawled on the Catholic school's gates declared: "All taigs are scum.
to get any kind of a deal out of it, because, as they know, Taigs [Catholics] breed like rabbits.
There are plenty of bigots on Sandy Row who lay awake at night thinking that the encroaching handful of professional Taigs means a part of their shady heritage is being lost.
In Erinvale, South Belfast, a Union flag displayed on the bonfire, had KAT - Kill All Taigs - daubed across it.