Paddhereen for St Patricks

Attached is the ONLY record of this word i could find. From the New Sporting magazine published, 1838. Obviously OED has a better algorithm.paddhereen, n.[' A bead of the rosary. Also: the rosary. Earliest in fig. context.']Pronunciation: Brit. /padəˈriːn/,  U.S. /ˌpædəˈrin/,  Irish English /padəˈrin/Forms:  16 padderine,   17 padderen,   17 19– paddereen,   18 padhereen,   18 paudereen, 18– padareen,   19– paddhereen,   19– padhren,   19– paidreen,   19– paidrin. Etymology: <  Irish paidrín rosary, rosary bead <  paidir the Lord's prayer (Early Irish paiter; <  classical Latin pater father (see pater n.2), the first word of the prayer: … Continue reading Paddhereen for St Patricks