galore

[guh-lawr, -lohr]
adverb
in abundance; in plentiful amounts: food and drink galore.

Origin:
1660–70; < Irish go leor enough, plenty (Scots Gaelic gu leòr, leòir), equivalent to go, particle forming predicative adjectives and adverbs + leór enough (Old Irish lour)

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galore (ɡəˈlɔː)
 
determiner
(immediately postpositive) in great numbers or quantity: there were daffodils galore in the park
 
[C17: from Irish Gaelic go leór to sufficiency]

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galore
1675, from Ir. go leór, corresponding to Gael. gu leóir "sufficiently, enough."
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