liúdramán

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Etymology[edit]

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Compare liúdaí (idler, shirker, good-for-nothing person; leering person; silly-looking person, lout).

Noun[edit]

liúdramán m (genitive singular liúdramáin, nominative plural liúdramáin)

  1. lanky, lazy person
  2. loafer

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References[edit]

  • A Dictionary of Hiberno-English, Terence Patrick Dolan, Gill & Macmillan (2004), p. 141. ISBN 978-07171-4039-8.