or be·gor·ah, be·gor·rah
interjection Irish English.
- beginning, in the,
Origin of begorra
Examples from the Web for begorrah
I should say about the same distance that the land is from us, and begorrah that's the best information I can give yees.Adrift in the Wilds|Edward S. Ellis
Begorrah, if it wasn't for the bastely drill, I should forget that I was a soldier at all.Under Wellington's Command|G. A. Henty
Begorrah, that Portugee dont look like no angel, he said, and his wife looks like the ould Nick himsilf.The Ocean Wireless Boys on the Pacific|Wilbur Lawton
Begorrah, yees can't blame us whin we tried to the bist of our indeavor to find it and wasn't able.The Lost Trail|Edward S. Ellis
The polaice tuk Micky to th' shtation house an' begorrah the Joodge sint him to th' Oisland fur noinety days.Witty Pieces by Witty People|Various
Word Origin for begorra
1839, antiquated Anglo-Irish form of expletive By God.