Monday, 16 March 2009

Time For a Wild Spraoi

Spraoi is one of the fairly numerous words of gaelic origin (another is galore) which entered the English language. Spree, as it is now spelt, refers to having a good time. With spraoi and craic on St Patrick's Day you cannot fail, says Siobhan >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

it's got into Welsh, one presumes as 'sbri' and is used commonly as 'hwyl a sbri' - fun and games.