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Post April 13 2006, 12:45 PM
Caledonia
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does anyone know of ban drochaid or where exactly its located? i know its not necessarily about gaelic but i cant find it anywhere and i know there are a bunch of intelligient people on this site... who can help me? :?

 
Post April 13 2006, 12:52 PM
CarolC
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Caledonia wrote:does anyone know of ban drochaid or where exactly its located? i know its not necessarily about gaelic but i cant find it anywhere and i know there are a bunch of intelligient people on this site... who can help me? :?


No idea where is it is located

droichead is a bridge

Post April 13 2006, 13:00 PM
Aibigéal
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I don't think I've ever heard of it. "Droichead" is "bridge" in Irish, though. Is the place in Ireland or Scotland?

Abigeál

Post April 13 2006, 13:06 PM
CarolC
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Was just think could it be Banbridge Co Down
Please await more input. I am a learner

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Post April 13 2006, 13:10 PM
julius
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An Drochaid: Portee, Isle of Skye, Scotland. That's the one I know.
Tá an domhan uile ina stáitse agus teastaíonn cleachtadh go géar ón mórchuid againn.
-Seán Ó Cathasaigh
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Stupidity has a certain charm --
ignorance does not.

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Post April 13 2006, 13:42 PM
sean mhic cuarta
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Don't forget Droichead Átha (Drogheda)- "Ford of the Bridge" just north of Dublin and south of Dundalk in Ireland...

Post April 13 2006, 15:17 PM
mickrua
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In Irish is Droichead na Banna The river Bann flows through Co.Down and the bridge over the river is the Bann Bridge but the spelling used today is Banbridge
An té nach bhfuil láidir , ní foláir dó a bheith glic



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