HAR-AR-YA? :intj: a greeting; colloquialism of well to do people in Northern Ireland's 'County Down' area; expression of joy to see someone. Basically its "How are you" but the enthusiasm of the speaker garbles the words. Can be extended to "FER-GOODNESSAKE-HAR-AR-YA" to show special delight in meeting someone.

*Paddy and Robert catch each others' eye as they pass in the boat club*

Robert: OCK, FER-GOODNESSAKE PADDY, HARARYA?

Paddy: Nevermind me Robert, what about you?
作者 Matt McIvor 2006年5月17日

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