anseo
here
bandolier
a soldier's broad shoulder belt having small pockets or loops for cartridges
boreen
a narrow country lane
bowsie
a young good-for-nothing person
ceili
social evening/ party with music and dancing
charabancs
a large bus, typically used for sightseeing
cordite
explosive powder
cur
an inferior dog/ mongrel
dekko
quick look or glance
demesne
the land around a mansion belonging to an estate
floozy
a usually young woman of loose morals/ prostitute
gelignite
a type of dynamite
gombeen men
money lender/ small time entrepreneur
gurrier
a derogatory term for a working-class youth
Kingstown
Dun Laoghaire
Limbo
a region neither hell nor heaven, which serves as the abode after death of unbaptized infants
moocher
one who begs or cadges
nixer
odd job/ irregular job
privy
toilet/outdoor toilet
rothar
bicycle
rozzer
police officer
Sackville Street
O'Connell Street
spondulix
money
Taoiseach
the Prime Minister of the Irish Republic
Tar istigh
come in
Van Diemen's Land
Tasmania, Australia