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English to English translations [PRO] Slang / Irish and Scottish slang
English term or phrase:Giglet
Giglet is a Broad Scots and Scottish slang term for a "giddy romping girl". Are its variations-gig,goglet,giggler,etc. Scottish, and is giglet a term used in Ireland? Please let me know. :D
Sometimes terms used in England are used and/or carried over to other parts of the UK-Scotland, Ireland and Wales. I know Giglet is a Scottish term-but is this term used in Ireland?
Are the other variations of giglet-gig-giggler, giggle, giglot, etc. used in Scotland and Ireland?
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Explanation: Irish Slang - [ Traduzca esta página ]Eirog, n. Sprightly comely girl. Elected, vb. ... Hiberno-Irish pronunciation of whore, but not used exclusively to refer to prostitutes. ...
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