Borrowing from Irish
ciotóg (plural ciotógs)
- (Ireland) A left-handed person.
- 2005, Kevin O'Hara, Last of the Donkey Pilgrims: A Man's Journey Through Ireland, →ISBN, page 69:
- He was a ciotóg as well, and would sit at the head of that table like yourself with his hand curled above the page in a most awkward fashion.
- 2007, John W. Hurley, Shillelagh: The Irish Fighting Stick, →ISBN, page 106:
- Grimes, as a ciotóg (a left-hander) would defend his left side as a normal fighter would his right, and according to Walker, this would mean using the lower third of the stick to parry.
- 2017, Jason Sherlock, Jayo: The Jason Sherlock Story, →ISBN:
- I was a ciotóg in school but decided to shoot right-handed.
Declension of ciotóg
Forms with the definite article
|Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.|