Mighty :- Very good
Hames :- A right fool, e.g. ‘He made a hames of that chance’
Timber: – Intimidation of a hurling opponent, e.g. ‘Show him some timber’
Lamp :- A good thump, e.g. ‘I swung for the sliotar (goal), missed by 3 feet and lamped the full back’
Schkelp: – To remove living tissue in the absence of surgical procedures,e.g. ‘That s#### from Tipperary took a schkelp outta me leg’
Hatchet Man :- Mountainy type, uses hunter/gatherer instincts
Bullin’: – Angry, e.g. ‘The centre half was bullin’ after I lamped him’
Bull Thick: – Very angry, e.g. ‘The centre half was bull thick after I Iamped him again’
Joult: – A push, e.g. ‘I gave him a joult and he has to wear a neck brace for 2 weeks’
Bushted :- An undefined soreness, e.g. ‘Jayz me arm is bushted’
The Bomber :- Popular name for a fat hairy GAA player who shouts and sings alot.
A Hang Sangwidge :- Consumed with ‘tay’ on the sides of roads after matches in Pairc Ui Chaoimh or Thurles, usually contains half a pound of butter
Indanamajaysus (in-da-nama-Jaysus): – What was that for referee?
Leh-It-In-Ta-F##k-Wud-Ya :- Fat full forwards appeal to a midfielder for a more timely delivery of the pass
Mullocker: – Untidy or awkward player released in the second half of matches "to break things up"!!!
Bursht The Bollix :- Instructions from the sideline to tackle your man
Row :- Disagreement involving four or more players
Shamozzle: – Disagreement involving both teams, including goalies, substitutes and supporters jumping fences ("ah sure no one got hurt!!"…)
All-Hell-Broke-Loose :- A massive row that continues out in the parking area or dressing room areas, usually resolved by the Gardai … very popular in some counties