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bilby commented on the word keedug
I have on occasions seen people wearing large plastic rubbish bags with a hole for head as improvised rainwear, so I can definitely envisage using this word.
October 11, 2009
mollusque commented on the word keedug
It's Irish; try searching Google Books."A toper there lived at RashedagWho was so very fond of the wee jugHis coat, hat, and sheenHe'd sell for poteen,An' he went to the Mass with a keedug--Dugald MacFadyen, 1887, "Donegal Doggerel", Songs from the City, p. 192
bostonguy commented on the word keedug
The only other two online references I found for this word have the identical definition as this one. This strikes me as a made-up word.
sionnach commented on the word keedug
A raincoat made from an old sack.
February 15, 2008