Definition of come-all-ye in English:

come-all-ye

noun

Irish English
  • A traditional ballad or folk song, usually beginning with the words ‘come all ye’.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society. From come + all + ye.

Pronunciation

come-all-ye

/ˌkʌmɔːlˈjiː/