Cork Slang, Like A Dictionary of Cork Slang
Originally by Seán Beecher
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DOLLOP

Construct: Noun
Definition: Large measure (of whiskey or cream).
Use: He poured out two fine dollops of whiskey.
He poured out two large measures of whiskey.
Derivation: Doubtful, but note 'Dáilead' - to pour out (especially drink at a festival). (Marstrander)
and 'Dollop' - a lump, a large piece of something. (Wright)


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