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PostPosted: Tue 14 Nov 2017 4:37 am 
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Hello everyone,

Thank you for providing this resource by volunteers.

I am looking for an Irish word that my late aunt used to use describing my Granddad's old Army buddy visiting my Granddad in the evening. The word sounded to my uneducated years something like "scrairting" or "crairting." My mother's family lived in west Cork.

I'd love to see if anyone can come up with the word.

Thanks in advance!


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skibbgirl wrote:
I am looking for an Irish word that my late aunt used to use describing my Granddad's old Army buddy visiting my Granddad in the evening. The word sounded to my uneducated years something like "scrairting" or "crairting."


perhaps scoraíocht ?
http://www.teanglann.ie/en/fgb/scora%C3%ADocht

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