- Hiberno-English pronunciation of idiot. (Wiktionary)
“Rochdale Alternative Website has just published (despite time stamp from early hours) another account of Paul Rowen's Lib Dem Let Down re Gaza and of the ejection of whom they call an 'eejit' - Dave Drunkagain.”
“María followed, complaining loudly about the distance and at being called an eejit.”
““An eejit is a person or animal with an implant in its head,” said Tam Lin.”
“Typically, Harrington took his punishment on the chin but was struggling to maintain this sort of impressive equilibrium when he hooked his drive into woods off the 2nd tee yesterday and then played pinball with the same tree twice to eventually run up a nine, just one shot short of the Masters "eejit" record on this par five.”
“[quote = "eejit"] in my smock ive got trauma kit top left, compass and maglite top right, matches/lighter in chest. the rest left empty. (notepad, pens etc in combats.)”
“Sometimes, as you watch Rio Ferdinand pick up £120,000 a week for occasionally engaging second gear, it's easy to forget that playing football is a job, and that its protagonists are subject to the same daily irritants as the great unwashed: working with a hangover, eejit colleagues who nick your favourite mug – and commuting to work.”
“Take the Go Compare tenor, a cheery bulbous eejit warbling doggerel set to melodies so basic that the average nursery rhyme sounds like one of Sun Ra's more outre soundscapes by comparison.”
“Yes, the Croydon Powerleague, where any fat, useless eejit with a beer-gut and a pair of trainers can play and find themselves up against a team featuring Kevin Prince Boateng.54 min: "It's nice to see the Arsenal fans seem to be supporting Heineken probably in their sponsorship of the tournament anyway," writes Justin Kavanagh.”
“Only now some eejit looking at this may be spurred into action by wordsd, and decide to have a go.”
“MCM – this eejit has been trolling you for years, what have you done to upset them?”
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unkind words or those refering them.
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words that stem from Gaeilge - the Irish language - or have connections with Irish people and places.
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