arrah sure, captain, an' don't you know that sometimes vessels is bound to sail under saycret ordhers?
“arrah, now, I thought we should have had some little fun at all events,” he exclaimed.
"arrah, none of ye'r soft solder with me," responded Mr. Costigan.
arrah, my man,” shouted Sam, “and what are ye doing inside there?
arrah, don't be comin' over us in regard of your riches, man alive!
arrah, now, you unmannerly brutes, just behave properly to a gentleman!
arrah murtheration how heavy ye's is,' said he as he assisted to remove the bodies.
arrah ye'll not know Ballymurky afther the Kaiser has done with it.
arrah, maybe I'd make bould to take up the manners from you fwhor a while, my lady, Plase yer haner?
"arrah, he 's too weak; the man is dying," said a voice near.
supposedly a characteristic Irish expression of emotion or excitement, 1705.