from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to Hibernia, now Ireland; Irish.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to Hibernia, now Ireland, or to its inhabitants; characteristic of Ireland or the Irish; Irish.
- n. A native or an inhabitant of Ireland; a member of the Irish race.
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There are lately hibernian, and german societies, who do all in their power, to mitigate the severity of these laws, and render their countrymen, during their servitude, as comfortable as possible.
An hibernian musician, who, like myself, was present for the first time at this _concert_ of _antimusic_, exclaimed, "By Jasus but they stop out of tune to a _nicety!"
But the old, simpler order of things had suffered more wrenches than one in this acrid congressional campaign, and the warring factions could unite only on the hibernian proposition that union was impossible.
Some drivers are willing to pay for the hibernian car insurance a range of prices, it is about as useful as a click of you mouse.
Not even the eager hibernian imagination was prepared to adopt so robustly simple an interpretation as that of the TD who felt able to assert "without fear of contradiction" that "The main cause of that emigration, of all the poverty, and of anything else that is wrong politically, nationally and economically with the country is due to the partition of Ireland".
I know several other gamers that never have burn in issues. hibernian: I bought the game 4 / 26 and immediately had problems.
An officer who discovers a driver knows these definitions they will probably be the hibernian motor insurance to fill out.
Paud the roosky, weren’t they all of them then each in his different way of saying calling on the one in the same time hibernian knights underthaner that was having, half for the laugh of the bliss it sint barbaras another doesend end once tale of a tublin wished on to him with its olives ocolombs and its hills owns ravings and Tutty his tour in his Nowhare’s yarcht.