Etmology and Meaning 

The word slachtmhar is listed on Teanglann as  "well-finished, neat, tidy. Obair shlachtmhar, well-finished work; workmanlike job." It's root slacht is listed in Dineen which lists it as having a good appearance, neatness, tidiness

Local Usage

Slachtmhar  is widely used locally when describing places such as farmyards, gardens, or the appearance of people sometimes it is pronounced 'slachtar'

how to Use Examples 

  • He keeps his farmyard so slachtmhar, there isn't a thing out of place
  • She has a lovely slachtmhar kitchen garden out the back and it's a credit to her
  • Their kids are always so slachtmhar at Mass every Sunday.