taig

/ (teɪɡ) /


noun
  1. Ulster dialect, often derogatory a Roman Catholic

Origin of taig

1
variant of the Irish name Tadhg, originally signifying any Irishman

Words Nearby taig

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How to use taig in a sentence

  • taig: It is so, where I was after being told she would be given as a wife to the first man that would come into the house.

    Three Wonder Plays | Lady I. A. Gregory
  • You haf but to will the change you would haf taig place--it iss done.

    The Mystery | Stewart Edward White and Samuel Hopkins Adams
  • taig: And I will drag your darling from you as sure as there's foxes in Oughtmana!

    Three Wonder Plays | Lady I. A. Gregory
  • taig: I'll cut him crossways and lengthways the same as a yard of frieze!

    Three Wonder Plays | Lady I. A. Gregory
  • taig: The Queen is befriending me and in dread of losing me.

    Three Wonder Plays | Lady I. A. Gregory