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Citation: skillygallee
Language: Irish, Scots Gaelic
References: The Nutmeg of Consolation, page 216
The Commodore, page 140
Meaning: oatmeal and boiling water


Also skilligalee and variants; the word later came to connote a rather different dish, crumbled hard biscuit, fried in pork fat and sweetened with sugar or molasses.

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