Scotch-Irish

[skoch-ahy-rish]
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noun

(used with a plural verb) the descendants of the Lowland Scots who were settled in Ulster in the 17th century.

adjective

of or relating to the Scotch-Irish.
of mixed Scottish and Irish descent.

Origin of Scotch-Irish

First recorded in 1735–45

Usage note

See Scotch.
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