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tattoo translation for "fighter"

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Post July 28 2006, 3:19 AM
kms91
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Hi! Does anyone know how the word "fighter", as in a strong-willed person, would be translated into gaelic? please let me know. thanks tons!

 
Post July 28 2006, 3:43 AM
kenailan
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One possibility "Trodaí"

Post July 28 2006, 16:01 PM
Tadhg an Mhargaidh
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another possibility might be an adjective rather than a noun:

buanseasmhach

= steadfast, persevering

can refer to someone who is a fighter in that he doesn't give up - he sticks with it.

I think trodaí would mean fighter in the sense of a scrapper, i.e., someone prone to use his fists.
Beatha teanga í a labhairt,
buanú teanga í a scríobh.
(neafaisiú teanga í a thatuáil?)

Post July 31 2006, 0:36 AM
mhwombat
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kms91 wrote:When I asked for the translation of the word fighter, as in a strong-willed person, I was told buanseasmhach would work best. can anyone confirm that? Thanks tons.
Kelly


As Tadhg explained, buanseasmhach is an adjective, not a noun. It doesn't mean "fighter", but it refers to the quality of being steadfast, persevering.

This is why duplicate threads for the same request cause confusion; people responding on the other thread don't know all the information that has been provided on this thread.

Post July 31 2006, 23:08 PM
kms91
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sorry about the confusion with putting a new thread up. but i was just wondering, as i said, if anyone can confirm or give me new direction with the work "fighter", or a strong-willed person? thanks in advance, again.



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