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16 October 2014
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'I'll tell ye what it is': meaning, 'Allow me to get to the point', often used to steer a meandering conversation back from a digression to an initial statement or inquiry. From Denise

Ill bred - rude as in 'He was very ill bred to me so he was.' From Eleanor Ebrahim

 

'In ye, on ye, out!' Often said to school children first thing in the morning i.e. Please eat your breakfast, then kindly get dressed and then please make your way to school. From: Terence Donnelly


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soda farl made from Yella Mail ( corn flour mix). From: Sam Martin

 

Intilt: To add to. From Des Hamill

 

Isny - Is not; as in " the wean isny well the day" From: Bill Dill

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