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A monster that blends right in with humans and can only eat human flesh, upon consumption of human food the ghoul must throw it up. The ghoul can also drink  ...

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Aug 19, 2014 ... A ghoul chick is someone who isn't very attractive, possibly fat, ugly, yet tries in every way to get that D like a good looking girl. Ghoul chick.

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Feb 24, 2019 ... A communal wave of self expression that can sometimes lean towards certain aesthetics and other artistic proclivities but has no concrete ...

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Popular affront in southern Ireland and originating in the Munster capital, Limerick. Literally meaning a fool, spa, clown, idiot, jackeen etc.

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Sep 15, 2014 ... This Slang page is designed to explain what the meaning of ghoul is. The slang word / phrase / acronym ghoul means... . Online Slang ...

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Ghoul definition, an evil demon, originally of Muslim legend, supposed to feed on human beings, and especially to rob graves, prey on corpses, etc. See more.

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... and questionable sense of humor. showing fascination with death, disease, maiming, etc.; morbid: ghoulish curiosity. of, relating to, or like a ghoul or ghouls.

https://www.dailyedge.ie/irish-slang-origins-1468945-May2014/

May 25, 2014 ... More: “Ara look at the poor craythur” – a dictionary of odd Irish words> ..... Always thought gowl was a mispronounciation of ghoul. 17.

http://www.corkpastandpresent.ie/cultureincork/corkslang/

Below is a table which gives some examples of Cork slang as well as their meanings and where possible the source / derivation of the slang word or phrase .

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghoul

From Sumerian and Akkadian GAL-LU also in Assyrian Aramaic ܓܘܼܠܵܐ /gu'la/.. then ghoul .... Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary. Retrieved January 22, 2006.