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sionnach commented on the word sleveen
from the Hiberno-English archive:a sly person; a trickster; a toady; a smooth-tongued rogue < Ir. slíbhín. 'Look at that sleveen creeping around the priest -- I wonder what he's after now?', 'Keep away from that slíbhín!', 'He's a slíbhín -- watch him, I'm telling you'.
August 17, 2007