§ Something banjaxed is broken, ruined, or rendered incapable of use. As in "My mobile's been banjaxed since I dropped it."
§ Bjore Attractive female.
§ Boot used to describe an unattractive girl,
§ Cat – bad, terrible. (from catastrophic). "The weather is cat isn't it?"
§ Cod, a joke, ridiculous, can also be used on a person. "This fella is a cod."
§ College is used in a way similar to American English. In Ireland college can be used to refer to any third-level institution, university or not.
§ Craic or crack is fun, a good time, good company, good atmosphere and conversation. If you are enjoying yourself, it is good craic.
§ Cub – means a young child
§ Da slang for father, as in "Me da doesn't do too well at the horses!"
§ Draw - To infuse tea, 'Let the tea draw'.
§ Fair play –"Fair play to him" meaning "Well done to him", or "Good for him."
§ Footpath pavement and sidewalk in American English.
§ Geebag –bastard. "She's a total geebag."
§ Give out (to someone) – to tell someone off, to scold a person,
§ Gombeen corrupt activity.
§ Gomey –a worthless individual, a fool e.g. "You're nothing but a gomey, like!".
§ Howeya – A contraction of "How are you", most often used as a greeting
§ Jacks – toilet. Cf. American English "john". "Here lads, I'm off to the jacks.
§ Lack –slang for girlfriend,
§ Langer - a penis, or someone who is a fool/idiot/dislikeable person.
§ Meet –kiss, oral sex, or full coitus.
§ Runners or tackies, or in the north gutties, refers to "trainers"
§ Shift – to kiss, generally with tongues or to have sex or both.
§ Sláinte is an Irish word meaning "health".
§ Strand – commonly used instead of "beach".
§ Wan – A woman.
§ Wojus –hateful, horrible
§ Your (often pronounce "yer") - "yer wan" or "yer man" refers to the person in question. "look at yer man". There is also "yer/your only man" (for doing some job), which is a compliment.