Sure, av ye were a raal gentleman ye'd be givin' a fippenny-bit to the gossoon there, that sarved you.
Not bad travelling, Captain, for a bit of a gossoon like that.'
gossoon,' he says, 'put a keg iv sherry wine on th' ice,' he says.
"The gossoon said he was to wait for an answer, miss," she says, insinuatingly.
Bill, don't lane on that boy on the ridge wid you; he's not much more nor a gossoon; give him a start of you.
He is a raal jewel, that gossoon o' mine, an' the light of his father's eyes.
There isn't a gossoon in the three baronies but knows that.'
Just then the gossoon Mike was seen passing the window with the post-bag hung over his shoulder.
It's right ye should hear what the gossoon fought his way up from to where he stands now.
In Ireland, too, he made the acquaintance of the gossoon Murtagh, who taught him Irish in return for a pack of cards.