one of an Irish breed of setters having a golden-chestnut or mahogany-red coat.
a breed of setter developed in Ireland, having a flat soft brownish-red coat Also called red setter
noun 1. a stew usually made of mutton, lamb, or beef, with potatoes, onions, etc. noun 1. a white stew made of mutton, lamb, or beef, with potatoes, onions, etc
noun 1. one of an Irish breed of terriers having a dense, wiry, reddish coat. noun 1. a breed of terrier with a wiry wheaten or reddish coat
noun 1. a sturdy woolen fabric of light warp and dark filling, made in Ireland and used in suits and coats. 2. any tweed made in Ireland.
- Irish twins
noun phrase Two children born in short order: Having two children as close as 10 to 18 months is comparable to having unequal twins, and they are even called Irish twins (1980s+)