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How Much Irish Lingo Do You Really Know?

You might think you're keen on the lingo of the Irish, but how many of these Irish words and phrases do you know? Take this Irish lingo quiz and put your luck of the Irish to the test!
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"Awh lads I'm hanging" basically means...
I have a hangover.
We're hanging out tonight!
I'm staying in.

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The phrase "Here lads I'm off to the jacks" means what?
I'm going to the bar
I'm going to the toilet
I'm heading home

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The phrase "ye wha" typically means what?
Where are you?
Excuse me?
Who are you?

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What does the Irish phrase "c'mere to me" mean?
Come to me
Listen up
I'm so bored

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If something is "banjaxed" in Ireland, then it is what?
Broken
Cursed
Beautiful

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If someone says "gluck, gluck, gluck" what are they saying?
Hello
Goodbye
Good luck

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In Ireland, "Stop taking the piss" means what?
Stop joking with me
Stop looking at me
Stop being so stubborn

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If someone were to tell you that you're a "dry shite" what are they trying to say?
You're boring
You're cocky
You're beautiful

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If someone is "bleeding massive" then they are...
Ugly
Beautiful
Weird

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If someone is "buzzin'" in Ireland, then they are...
Drunk
Excited
In love

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If a woman exclaims that "he's a ride" in reference to a man, what is she trying to say?
He's a piece of work.
He's handsome.
He's poor.

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If someone asks "story horse" in Ireland, what are they saying?
How are you?
Where are you?
How's your horse?

C+, Irish Average

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Uh-oh, based on the results of this quiz, you have an average knowledge of Irish lingo! You won't be chit chatting with any blokes in Ireland just yet, but you do seem to have a decent base knowledge to keep building upon. You can only go up from here!

B+, Luck Of The Irish

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Based on the results of this quiz, you've truly got the luck of the Irish! It's obvious that you take great pride in your Irish culture. Not only could you talk the talk with any Irish lass or lad, but you know Irish slang as well as some people who live within the confines of the Emerald Isle!

A+, Irish Lingo Expert

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are a total Irish lingo expert! It's obvious that you know Irish lingo like few people can! You clearly take pride in your Irish culture and roots, doing whatever you can to learn the ways of this beautiful and spirited country. Go you!
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1
"Awh lads I'm hanging" basically means...
I have a hangover.
We're hanging out tonight!
I'm staying in.
2
The phrase "Here lads I'm off to the jacks" means what?
I'm going to the bar
I'm going to the toilet
I'm heading home
3
The phrase "ye wha" typically means what?
Where are you?
Excuse me?
Who are you?
4
What does the Irish phrase "c'mere to me" mean?
Come to me
Listen up
I'm so bored
5
If something is "banjaxed" in Ireland, then it is what?
Broken
Cursed
Beautiful
6
If someone says "gluck, gluck, gluck" what are they saying?
Hello
Goodbye
Good luck
7
In Ireland, "Stop taking the piss" means what?
Stop joking with me
Stop looking at me
Stop being so stubborn
8
If someone were to tell you that you're a "dry shite" what are they trying to say?
You're boring
You're cocky
You're beautiful
9
If someone is "bleeding massive" then they are...
Ugly
Beautiful
Weird
10
If someone is "buzzin'" in Ireland, then they are...
Drunk
Excited
In love
11
If a woman exclaims that "he's a ride" in reference to a man, what is she trying to say?
He's a piece of work.
He's handsome.
He's poor.
12
If someone asks "story horse" in Ireland, what are they saying?
How are you?
Where are you?
How's your horse?

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