Victoria. BC Mhath Laith Sain Phadruic!

Discussion in 'Canada Discussion Boards' started by _Derisa_Ollamhin_, Mar 17, 2005.

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  1. _Derisa_Ollamhin_ Force Ghost

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    agus Eireann go bragh!

    :D


    *Derisa*
  2. liannb Jedi Grand Master

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    Happy Saint Patricks Day [face_good_luck]
  3. Dango Jedi Knight

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    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
  4. haruwindsong Jedi Knight

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    Ooops. Error---the correct spelling is Gaelic!
  5. _Derisa_Ollamhin_ Force Ghost

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    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! :)


    *Derisa*



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