Proud and passionate Waterford man John Mullane made "I love me county" famous.
Every county has a language of its own and Waterford is no different.
Waterford Live has drawn up some slang born and bred in the Déise county.
- "I love me county"
A phrase made famous by legendary Waterford hurler John Mullane. Proud to be from the Déise.
-"Your suckin' diesel now"
You're on a good run of form.
Disapproval towards something.
A Waterford way of saying "that's brilliant".
A phrase that Waterford millennials throw in when ever they fancy.
-"Das de way boi"
Keep up the good work.
-"I'm upta me eyes"
A Waterford way of saying you're very busy.
Greeting someone with a Waterford difference.
-"De cut of yer wan"
You certainly don't approve of what she's wearing.
- "Hon the Blues"
Rings out at the RSC when Waterford FC are playing.
Want to add to Waterford Live's list? Contact us at email@example.com.