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- adjective Ireland, dialect
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Probably from Irish. However, it has parallels in both Goidelic (e.g. Irish trína chéile) and Germanic (e.g. Scots throuither, German durcheinander).
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May I never die if my head isn't as throughother, as anything wid their ordinals and cardinals, -- and, begad, it's all nothing to the econimy lecthir that I have to go to at two o'clock.
Stories of Comedy Rossiter Johnson 1885
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