Discussion in 'Canada Discussion Boards' started by _Derisa_Ollamhin_, Mar 17, 2005.
agus Eireann go bragh!
Happy Saint Patricks Day
Mahcamdalaidh gu brath!
that's the only gailic I know. Assuming that's what your speaking. Although gailic is Scottish and not Irish.... Unless it's both... anyways I'm assuming your were speaking Gailic there so I though I'd add to it even what I just said has nothing to do with st. pat's day
Ooops. Error---the correct spelling is Gaelic!
Heh, thanks for adding to the thread, Liann, Dango and Haru.
Just FYI, Gaelic is the family of languages that contains both Irish and SCottish. Scottish was originally a dialect of Irish Gaelic, (sort of), as can be seen by the phrasework of what Dango posted and what I posted: go bragh = gu brath: it means the same thing, and is only slightly different in pronunciation.
Anytime you want to discuss the migrations of the Celtic language groups, I'm there!