What does Mo storin mean?
1. Mo chuisle (pronounced mu cooish-la) Many people will know this one from the film Millon Dollar Baby. It literally means my pulse, it’s a shortened version of the phrase ‘A chuisle mo chroí’ pulse of my heart.
What do you call an Irish girlfriend?
1. colleen – an Irish girl.
What does Cushla Macree mean?
beat of my heart
From the Irish term of endearment cushla macree, Gaelic cuisle mo croidhe ‘beat of my heart’.
Is TÚ Mo Ghrá?
Is tú mo ghrá (Iss too mu graw) “You are my love” is as close as we come to saying “I love you” and is a lovely phrase that would work well as a thoughtful engraving or translated into Ogham.
What is the meaning of Mo chroi?
From Irish mo chroí (Scottish Gaelic mo chridhe) my heart, my beloved from mo my + croí (Scottish Gaelic cridhe) heart from Early Irish cride heart, cognate with heart [interjection, adverb].
What is an Irish kiss?
1 ounce Irish whiskey. 1/2 ounce peach schnapps. 4 ounces ginger beer. 2 ounces orange juice. Lime wheel, to garnish.
What do Irish call each other?
Mucker. Mate, pal, friend.
What is the Scottish word for sweetheart?
JO n., a sweetheart.
How do Irish guys flirt?
Irish lads are in full flirting mode when they start peacocking in front of you on a night out – this means they break into Riverdance or start singing the latest Enrique to grab your attention. An Irish lad offering you a lift is akin to him bringing you out for dinner.
What is Mo chroi?
MO STÓR. Pronounced: Muh Store. Literally translating to “My treasure,” this phrase is often used to mean “my darling.” These words were famously used in the celebrated Irish folk song A Stór Mo Chroí (Treasure of My Heart).
Is Tu Gra Geal Mo Chroi?
Grá geal mo Chroí means ‘love of my heart’. Clear water does flow. Far whiter than snow. Is Grá geal mo Chroí.
What is Mo Anam Cara?
Mo Anam Cara – Translated as “My Soul Mate” or “My Soul Friend” The ancient Celts believed in a soul that radiated about the body. Therefore, each person could be said to have found their “anam cara”, or “soul friend”.
What does ride mean in Ireland?
Ride in Ireland DOES NOT mean sitting in a car, or hopping up on a pony. It means hopping up on a person, or that you think they are attractive enough to be hopped up on. It means sex. SEX.
What is Irish goodbye?
A slang phrase rumored to have originated in the Northeast, an “Irish goodbye” refers to a person ducking out of a party, social gathering or very bad date without bidding farewell. It attributes the phrase to “the Potato Famine of 1845-1852, when many Irish fled their homeland for America.
Why do the Irish say Feck?
It is also used as Irish slang meaning “throw” (e.g. “he fecked the remote control across the table at me”.) It has also been used as a verb meaning “to steal” (e.g. “they had fecked cash out of the rector’s room”) or to discover a safe method of robbery or cheating.
Do the Irish say bloody?
Bloody: Bloody is a mild profanity in British and Irish English. Avoid saying it in polite society.
What is the Scottish word for my darling?
Acushla comes from the Irish Gaelic cuisle, which can mean “darling” but more literally means “pulse” or “vein.” It’s an adaptation of the Irish Gaelic a cuisle (“oh darling”). Cuisle was sometimes also paired with ma to give us macushla (“my darling”), as well as our next term of endearment….