Uncle Charles, a dhrop of the craythur a wee dhrop of the craythur?
Then cook had given her a drap of the craythur to keep out the cold.
"Faith, it's a drop of the craythur you want to waken you up, Mick Ross," he called.
"Yes, yes, the craythur's doin' somethin' in the spoony line," said Kisseck.
Damn her, I'll lay my soul that craythur is at the bottom of it all.
I wondher does my mother know I'm tuk away—and Oonah, too, the craythur, would be sorry for me.
Oh, and it's yersilf that don't shoy off from a dthrop o' the craythur whin yer thravellin' the thrail.
Aw, he's been helped—there's that Mister Loviboy, a power of money the craythur must have had out of him.