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Translation for "Praise to the Lord"

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Post April 23 2011, 2:39 AM
aileanduinn
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I'm seeking a translation for the phrase "Praise to the Lord," the title of the celebrated German chorale. It's the signature piece of my choir's alma mater and we would like to have it translated prior to our tour of Ireland in a month. Thanks so much!

 
Post April 23 2011, 3:43 AM
Bodhránbob
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Moladh do Dhia
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Nuair a shuíonn an coileach péacoige ar a thóin, níl ann ach turcaí
Chief Buffalo Breath
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Wisdom is never on the menu, you have to own the restaurant.

Post April 23 2011, 3:49 AM
Redwolf
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Bodhránbob wrote:Moladh do Dhia


Seconded.

Redwolf

Post April 23 2011, 7:05 AM
kokoshneta
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And thirded.
Not a native speaker. If in doubt, await native confirmation.

Post April 23 2011, 7:30 AM
Antóin
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Moladh do Dhia = Praise God

Maybe it's the same thing.

Praise to the Lord

Moladh don Tiarna
or

Moladh leis an Tiarna

I don't know which is better.
Warning: Reasonable command of Irish - but I still make basic errors.

Post April 25 2011, 21:07 PM
BridMhor
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Bodhránbob wrote:Moladh do Dhia


Fourth one


There is also a set phrase/prayer -
Moladh go deo le Dia = May God be praised forever



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