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Holly (24.71.223.143 - 24.71.223.143)
Posted on Saturday, August 30, 2003 - 04:33 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

Hello!
I'm Russian but my heart belongs to an Irish guy. He teaches me a little bit of Irish. Recently he wrote me few phrases - I have been struggling to translate them - as far as I understand, there were few mistakes in pronouncation. So would you like to be so kind to help me - where I can find the dictionary that will be able to help me to translate words even though they contain mistakes? Go raibh mile maith agat!
The text was:Cad e an chuis a bhfuil se comh deacair? Ta si gan duine gan daonnai. Beidh la eile ag an bPaorach. Ta oiread agat liom fein. Feicfeidh me aris ar ball tu.

Is mise

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Seosamh Mac Muirí (193.1.100.104 - 193.1.100.104)
Posted on Tuesday, September 02, 2003 - 12:05 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

Cad é an chúis a bhfuil sé chomh deacair?

= Why is it so difficult?

Tá sí gan duine gan daonnaí.

= She is completely alone.

Beidh lá eile ag an bPaorach.

= There shall be another chance (at it).

Tá oiread agat liom féin.

= You have (just) as much as I have myself.

Feicfidh mé arís ar ball thú.

= I shall see you further anon / in a while.


(I have taken the liberty to help with the vowel accents.)

n. b.
Crochadh An Paorach, Éamann de Paor, Ned Power, ag Halla an Línéadaigh i nDún Garbháin tar éis a ruaig fhada reatha sna Déisibh ar neamhchead do dhlí Shasana.
Ned Power was hung from the front of the linenhall in Dún Garbháin after a long career outside of English law in his native Déise/Waterford. (circa 1799, measaim)

Das a vidzenia. (You can straighten spelling that out!)

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