Meaning of craic in English:

craic

Pronunciation /krak/

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noun

mass nounmainly Irish
  • Enjoyable social activity; a good time.

    ‘he loves the craic, the late nights’
    • ‘it was great craic and I look forward to it this year again’

Origin

1970s Irish, from English crack (sense 4 of the noun). The English word apparently entered Irish English from Scots in the mid 20th century and subsequently assumed an Irish Gaelic form.