I've been trying to find out how to say 'I love you' in the Irish language, and have found the following. Could you tell me exactly what the difference in meaning & usage is among them? Your help is greatly appreciated- thanks so much :-) Hope I'm not bothering you.
These 7 are what I've found online:
Taim i' ngra leat T'a gr'a agam dhuit Tá mé go maith duit Ta gra agam ort Moo graugh hoo Tá mo chroí istigh ionat Is grá liom
MÉFÉIN ( - 220.127.116.11)
Posted on Thursday, May 04, 2000 - 03:35 pm:
TAIM I NGRA LEAT=I'M IN LOVE WITH YOU T'Á GRÁ AGAM DHUIT=I HAVE LOVE FOR YOU(ASPIRATION IN DUIT?I'M NOT SURE) IS GRA LIOM=I LOVE- TO SAY I LOVE YOU USING THS PHRASE SAY IS GRÁ LIOM THÚ TÁ GRÁ AGAM ORT-I HAVE LOVE FOR YOU (SILIM!!) TÁ MO CHROÍ ISTIGH IONAT=MY HEART IS IN YOU MO GRÁ THÚ(MOO GRAUGH HOO)=YOU ARE MY LOVE I.M NOT SURE ABOUT TÁ MÉ GO MAITH DUIT BUT I AM CURIOUS ABOUT IT. I'VE ONLY HEARD IT A FEW TIMES!! HOPE THIS HELPS YOU IN YOUR CONQUSET TO WOO DO STÓR!!!!!!