Alannah



interjection
(Irish) my child: used as a term of address or endearment
Historical Examples

Dick Haldane, me darlint, hind the colonel the loan of yer arrum, alannah.
The Ghost Ship John C. Hutcheson

And when that time comes, Kitty ‘alannah,’ will you ever renumber yer ould grandfather, who won’t be to ‘the fore’ to see it?
Luttrell Of Arran Charles James Lever

“Listen while I tell ye, alannah,” said Paddy, coming to an anchor on my camp-bed.
Yule Logs Various

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