What is an Eejit in Irish?
Irish slang definition of the word "eejit". One of the most common Irishisms. Like an idiot or a fool, but much nicer and kinder. Even smart and intelligent people can act like that fuckin eejit.
What does Eegit mean?
Definition of 'eejit' 1. a foolish or senseless person. 2. old fashioned, offensive. a person with severe learning difficulties.
What do the Scots call the Irish?
We Scots are proud to be called Jocks, just as the Welsh are referred to as Taffs (or Taffies) and the Irish as Paddies. The latter is just a lovingly shortened version of Patrick anyway.
What does Eediot mean?
(non-standard, dialect) Idiot. noun.
What does Cludgie mean in Scottish?
If you ask a Scotsman to point you in the direction of the clumsy, he or she will most likely know exactly where you want to go, but he or she may cringe at your use of slang. For the uninitiated, cludgie is a Scottish word meaning "toilet", although it probably shouldn't be used in the politest of establishments.
What does Emma mean in Irish?
Gaelic: 'bright', princess of the promised land who left with Ossian for the other world. 6. Emma. Germanic: 'universal'
A stupid person; an idiot. 'Only eejits like you don't know how to use them.' "We have to distinguish between the naturalists who like to visit specific nudist beaches on the continent and the eejits who are just trying to make a name for themselves in places like Murlough."
The businessman who takes over the rescue project is an eejit. You can be a genius one day and an eejit the next. But after four bad games, he's an eejit. You need real cleverness to get away with being so eejit. Collins! Collins!
What does eejit mean in Riddle Me Dis?
“Then he falls into the fishpond and sits there laughing like an eejit. A scene isn't complete here without an 'eejit' or a 'gade me dis'. The businessman who takes over the rescue project is an eejit. You can be a genius one day and an eejit the next. But after four bad games, he's an eejit.
How can he be an eejit and him a poet?
'It was always a bit of a laugh to watch on TV, the parades from all over the world, as 5th generation Irish wannabes in New York or Sydney put on their green shamrocks, choke down half their Guinness and generally act eejit.' 'Another voice, perhaps his own, answers: 'How can he be an eejit, and him a poet?''
Calling someone a gobshite means something a bit different in Ireland. Irish comedian Jarlath Regan explains the subtle differences between an "eejit" and a …