Definition of Taig in English:

Taig

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Pronunciation: /teɪɡ
 
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noun

offensive
(Chiefly in Northern Ireland) a derogatory term for a Catholic or Irish nationalist.

Origin

1970s: variant of Teague, anglicized spelling of the Irish name Tadhg, used since the mid 17th century as a nickname for an Irishman.

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