- IFA: /ˈsliːviːn/
sleiveen (plural sleiveens)
- (irlanda) malhosnesta persono, trompisto.
- 1889, WB Yeats, "The Ballad of Father O'Hart":
- In trust he took John's lands; / Sleiveens were all his race
- 2002, Joseph O'Connor, Star of the Sea, Vintage 2003, p. 298:
- You blackened, filthy sleeveen liar. I curse the living day I ever let you near me.
- sleeveen, alternativa skribmaniero