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Subject: Re: Another request for help with lyrics
From: "Dennis J. Gormley" <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Sat, 11 Aug 2001 14:09:40 -0400

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Thank you, Terry Moylan, Finbar Boyle, and Harry O'Prey for your assistance
with "rabhca/n".  I guess the old complaint ("how can I look it up if I don't
know how to spell it!") applies to Irish as well as English!

Moving on, does anyone know if Con Fada O' Driscoll has "The Milltown
Cockroach"  on a currently available CD?

Once again, GRMA!


> As I understand it, a 'rabhcan' (pronounced approx. rowcawn) is a joke or
> witticism or humorous verse.

> HOP:-
> " A simple song, a ditty." S Dsnaill's Irish - English Dictionary.

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