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Re: Old saying (in Irish)

Posted by Chris on September 17, 2005 at 23:22:33:

In Reply to: Old saying (in Irish) posted by Mayo Roots on September 16, 2005 at 06:46:29:

Years ago i used to hear people use that word alot, lets say a child fell over on his way from school from school & told his mom, she would omaybe say, Musha agrayen & did you get hurt, also if some one put themselves out of there way to do something for you its often you weould say Well musha there was no need to go to all the trouble. i dont know what the word means but do remember my mother would say to someone who came to visit while she was churning if they attempted to leave before she had finished she would say to the visitor Musha you cant leave without helping with the churning because if you did no butter would come from the churn, Anyone heard of this pishrouge before

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