- n. slang, Ireland, pejorative spiv, rascal; lout, ruffian; street urchin
- Uncertain. Suggestions include: (Wiktionary)
“I believe 'gurrier' is derived from the French word 'guerre', which means 'war'.”
“Like a gurrier out of the Banks with your shirt to the wind.”
“However, nobody would take genuine umbrage at being described as a gurrier.”
“Ahern has always been a political gurrier - he and O'Dea are the same type - but his antics during the debate were disgraceful even for him. the handler gloves are off ...”
“It's a little bit late but i'd like to wish David and Ronan a happy new year, and as I'm an opportunistic Limerick gurrier.”
“Being a Northsider doesn't automatically make you a gurrier (e.g. Drico, people from Howth, Sutton, Malahide, Clontarf, or Castleknock).”
“Like a gurrier gunning for a scrap, the Green's elected representative for”
“gurrier-in-chief" during the previous day's rowdy set-to in the chamber.”
“gurrier in chief" -- although this is one of the insults officially forbidden in the chamber under”
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already several of these lists, but I wanted my own
According to the Irish Times, the Irish Independent, and other media, these words have been deemed "unparliamentary."
not necessarily eponyms, but might be
"Fornication" is not equal to "formication".
Words with funny meaning, spelling or both.
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