John McCullagh October 6, 2004
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Right            complete, thorough, ‘he’s a right gentleman’
Rightly         fine, ‘I’m doing rightly’ well, ‘I know it rightly’
Rigmarole    a convoluted, unbelievable story
Rise             rib, tease, raise his temper, ‘don’t rise him!’
Rogue         v. cheat, ‘he’d rogue ye if he had the chance’
Roughness   plenty
Rub        n. praise or disparage, ‘he’d give ye a wee rub’
Ructions    a hullaballu, a row, ‘he raised ructions over it’
Rue              regret, repent, ‘she rued the day that…’
Rug              to pull
Rummel       to shake
Run              leak, ‘the water has all run out of the pot’
Rung            step of chair or ladder
Runner        one always in someone else’s house, ‘ceilier’
Runs            goes, ‘the road runs all the way till Armagh’
Runt            small, reject, ‘Pay no heed of the wee runt’
Rust         take fright, to refuse, ‘the horse rusted on me’
 
 
 
 

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