Cork Slang, Like A Dictionary of Cork Slang
Originally by Seán Beecher
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LIP, TO HAVE A ... ON

Construct: Verb
Definition: To be upset, annoyed, peeved, to pout.
Use: He'll have a lip on him now that you won't give him what he wants.
He'll be annoyed now that you won't give him what he wants.
Derivation: Doubtful, but probably related to 'Lip' - pouting in annoyance.
"He'd have a lip on him if he'd have to wait." (Murphy)


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