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Possibly from Kiltimagh, a town in County Mayo, Ireland.

Examples

  • To those unfamiliar with the word culchie: it is slang for a person from outside Dublin, or beyond the Pale.

    A culchie joins Culch.ie

  • I am not for one moment suggesting that the people behind the masks were little more than wannabe hardmen and rebel song-loving culchie geeks out to get that same sort of thrill from seventies terrorist gear that similar oddballs in other parts of the world get from throwing on some Waffen SS kit.

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  • Alan - God we missed you you darling right-wing culchie you!

    Dafydd Trystan Davies MP

  • Aye, I thought I could detect a culchie inbred-hillbilly accent.

    The Bloomsday Dead

  • And that goes for that culchie whom I sense is in your immediate vicinity.

    The Rowan

  • Even though I am a culchie, I have never hunted, or gone hare coursing or even shot a pheasant.

    Politics.ie

  • Ours is a tiny culchie world and we all know each other all too well.

    Slugger O'Toole

  • Ours is a tiny culchie world and we all know each other all too well.

    Slugger O'Toole

  • That's the view of a bunch of culchie, sorry, rural TDs who seem to think that people in the country have the right to drive while drunk.

    Independent.ie - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Even though I am a culchie, I have never hunted, or gone hare coursing or even shot a pheasant.

    Politics.ie

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  • ""You have a crude culchie mind," he said, pissing himself laughing. "They're only pictures. They won't do you any harm.""

    The Dirty Dust by Máirtín Ó Cadhain, translated by Alan Titley, p 135

    June 5, 2016