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    From HenHanna@21:1/5 to All on Sun Jun 2 15:23:54 2024
    XPost: sci.lang, alt.usage.english

    Today’s slang word from the Irish language is “Moolah” --
    Moolah comes from the Irish “Moll Oir” meaning “a pile of gold”
    -- from Daniel Cassidy’s (book) “How The Irish Invented Slang” (2007)

    Has this book gotten good reviews from Linguists???
    (real and amateur Linguists)


    Does this person (Cassidy's online Nemesis) have an email address?

    I'd like to ask him...
    --- What are the 5 (or 10) best novel suggestions by Cassidy?

    also the 5 (or 10) Worst ones.


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