Hibernian

Part of speech: noun

A native of Ireland.

Part of speech: adjective

Irish.

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Usage examples "hibernian":

  1. " 'Tis the Nautilas," observes the Mate, and he calls it " Naughty Lass" with hibernian unconsciousness of his own humour. - "An Ocean Tramp", William McFee.
  2. He might have written as many novels as Sir Walter Scott, and died master of some Hibernian Abbotsford, some fair domain among the bright green hills that look down upon broad Shannon's silvery falls. - "Charlotte's Inheritance", M. E. Braddon.
  3. It may be that the action is that happily explained by one of the Hibernian bathmen in an American water- cure establishment. - "Saunterings", Charles Dudley Warner Last Updated: February 22, 2009.