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Élan = noun: vigorous spirit or enthusiasm (from a piece by Debi)

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Hoolie (regional difference – hoddie) blow a hoolie v. phr. (of weather) to storm; to forcefully gust, blow, and rain. Editorial Note: The stand-alone hoolie ‘a severe storm’ is rare outside of the blow a hoolie construction. It is sometimes spelled hooley. Etymological Note: Perhaps connected to hooley defined by Jonathon Green’s Cassell’s Dictionary of Slang as “a rip-roaring party” and marked as originally Irish, though the sense has a history in the US as well. (from a conversation with Misky)

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On’t = Contraction: (archaic, regional) Contraction of ‘on it’. (from a piece by Jules, from a quote.)

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