Lillibullero



[lil-ee-buh-leer-oh] /ˌlɪl i bəˈlɪər oʊ/

noun
1.
a part of the refrain to a song deriding the Irish Roman Catholics, popular in England during and after the revolution of 1688.
2.
the song, or the tune to which it was sung.

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