lassie is not an Irish term or used in Ireland, it's Scottish. The male equivalent is laddie. The Irish equivalents are young wan (femaile) and young fella (male).
It's more of a Scottish slang word but the Irish do use it sometimes.
good day laddie! or lassie.
18 or 19 stupid irish lassie
'The Irish use "lad" and "lass" more often than the Scottish "laddie" or "lassie." Like the Sctos, however, the Irish will use these terms regardless of age.'
A young Irish boy is called a lad, and a young Irish girl is called a lassie.
Some terms for a young Irish Girl include: Lass/lassie gearrchaile, young girl/lass girseach, young girl cailín beag, little girl Interestingly, cailín óg means 'a grown-up girl'.
well that be simple lassie: You need coffee, baileys, brandy cream, and a splash of rum :) well that's my version anyway Enjoy :)
About 48% of the colonies were Scottish and/or Irish so the majority fighting were Scottish and Irish.