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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We'll have motorways everywhere - even for the culchies - trains and trams all over the place in Dublin, and 10 new state-ofthe-art hospitals - sure we'll never get sick.
Called Rednecks & Culchies, the film follows the clash of personalities in a group of blue-collar workers and immigrants struggling to survive.
Brendan performed with his band The Culchies, in Edgbaston Street, Digbeth, yesterday.
And another song sure to stir things up is Don't Blame The Culchies, a favourite topic with city-loving Dustin.
An' Dubliners are the niggers of Ireland, The culchies have fuckin' everythin'.
Dubs ydyw'r enw a roddir ar drigolion y ddinas gan bobl y wlad, tramae'r dinasyddion yn galw pobl y wlad yn Culchies.
They're the culchies, and without the city distractions have virtually nothing else but Gaelic Football in the county.
I have spent years working alongside culchies and leprechauns, but now I am finally going to go it alone and give the people what they want.
She told the Irish Mirror her Kildare heritage meant ploughing ran in her veins - and she did not feel like a Dub among culchies.
AS OWNERS go, the Dubs V's Culchies Syndicate is probably as star-studded as they come with Shay Given, John O'Shea, Kevin Kilbane, Stephen Hunt, Daryl Murphy, Robbie Keane, Damien Duff, Richard Dunne and Kevin Doyle all members But Ireland's top footballers missed out yesterday seeing their St Devote win the Guinness Handicap Hurdle, the big prize on day five.
I was at the ploughing championships last week - full of spotty culchies with huge hands