quaff \KWOFF; KWAFF\, intransitive verb:
1. To drink a beverage, esp. an intoxicating one, copiously and with hearty enjoyment.
1. To drink (a beverage) copiously and heartily
- 1. An act or instance of quaffing.
- 2. A beverage quaffed.
Quaff is of unknown origin.
- The act of pouring a liquid (usually wine) either on the ground or on a victim in sacrifice to some deity; also, the wine or liquid thus poured out.
- A beverage, especially an alcoholic beverage.
- An act or instance of drinking.
Libation is from Latin libatio, from libare, "to take a little from anything, to taste, to pour out as an offering."
- A servant of God who was ordered to convert the snakes and drive out the Irish. Unfortunately like most of the Irish he was drunk and got it reversed.
Saint Patrick's Day
- A day when you gather around a keg of Guinness and drink [like there's no tomorrow].
- Children, born in succession within one year
They were like rabbits. Now their Irish twins are six and seven.
- “O” meant grandson of; “Mac” meant son of.
- St. Patrick's Day: Saint Patrick's Day (Irish: Lá ’le Pádraig or Lá Fhéile Pádraig), colloquially St. Paddy's Day or Paddy's Day, is an annual feast day which celebrates Saint Patrick (circa 385–461), one of the patron saints of Ireland. It takes place on 17 March, the date on which Patrick is held to have died.