(/kræk/ KRACK), or "crack", is a term for news gossip, fun , entertainment, and enjoyable conversation, particularly prominent in Ireland. It is often used with the definite article - "the craic"
(\ˈslȯ(i)ntə), a salutation or toast; health
(/ˈɡastrōˌpəb/), a pub that specializes in serving high-quality food
(ˈɪʃkʲə ˈbʲahə]), is the name for whiskey in Irish; the “water of life” from Old Irish uisce "water", and bethu "life"
(snŭg), a small, snug area of a pub away from the main area where people could drink discreetly, as could others who wanted a private moment; where business is conducted in a pub
(/dʒæks/), the restroom in a pub
(/ˈɡɑrɡ(ə)l/), term for beer or liquor; to be “on the gargle” is out drinking at a pub
(/skupz/), Irish slang for “drinks” (as in, “out getting a few scoops”)
(/ˈmʌkə(r)/), slang for a good friend or acquaintance; traditional Irish greeting “what about ye, mucker” translates loosely to “what’s up, friend”
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