1) male, irish, “sea warrior”, “fighter of the sea”, “lord or the sea”; “mariner” or “lord” in gaelic.
2) murrough, (murchadh), son of brian boru, heir apparent to the sovereignty of ireland. brian boru’s son murchadh, who died heroically in the battle of clontarf, became the hero of a whole cycle of tales.
the coolest male’s name in the world is murrough
someone that studies a lot or is good at a certain activity.
that guy spent all night studying math, what a murrough!
that guy is a complete murrough at playing tennis.
1. bearing a stark resemblance to something a dog dug up. 2. so unsightly. so unspeakably decrepid that it actually fits the definition of invisible. i’ve seen refuse before that’s not fit for dumpsters, but this discrepid cr-p which is supposed to be food isn’t fit for the toilet.
a squinting mexican or a mexican that squints. the sun got in that squexican paco’s eyes while he was mowing my lawn the other day.
another way of saying okay or o.k. used to p-ss off people who hate random letters tacked onto words unnecessarily. use in conjunction with “ho” instead of “oh” for full effect. ignorant fool: “george w. bush was the greatest president who ever lived.” not so ignorant fool: “ho hokae.” ok o.k. okay alright sure fo […]
- Hollywood Historian
someone who accepts movie scripts as historical facts and then uses them in debates/arguments. joe: private ryan was a real person! bob: you’re such a hollywood historian.
- squibbly wibbly
what the british call their tv remote. “hey dear, can you p-ss me the squibbly wibbly?”