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A Til Azed

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A totie, wee guide til the morr tung

 

The initial entries in this guide are gleaned from their use in Belfast, though they can be found across Northern Ireland, with differences in meaning and pronunciation.

 

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Jim Gawn writes: Azed - compare the spelling of the name of the letter Z in Shakespeare's time: izzard.

 

Miscellany: Browse your collection of assorted sayings and expressions.


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