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The following is said to a person who has got on a new suit or article of clothing: Meal is caith e, pàigh an t-annsa 's tilg a-nall an t-ath-aodach, enjoy and wear it, pay the beverage, and throw over the cast off clothes. The annsa means a dram from a married woman and a kiss from a young woman. It was considered unlucky for the above greeting to be first uttered by a woman, but a woman might say it if a man has said it first. (JM).

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