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Post December 31 2006, 3:21 AM
ncole
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Hello,

I know a girl who really likes Irish culture so i was wondering if i could get the translation and pronunciation of the following words:

Love
Beautiful
Darling
I Love you
(Even if you have any other romantic names or anything)


Thank You Very Much,

ncole

 
Post December 31 2006, 3:37 AM
Sassy Lassie
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Posts: 3210
Dia dhuit,

You might want to look to the left, under freq translations/ terms of endearment.

laurie dean

Post December 31 2006, 4:29 AM
Richie
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Wait for confirmation/correction of translations
(or anything else I state as a fact)
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Post December 31 2006, 11:30 AM
irelandandirish
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Ok, lets call the lady in question, Mary !

A Chushla ( a cushla phonetically) as in "Mary, a Chushla!" would equate to Mary darling !

Just slip it in casually in conversation !

However...... if you really want to go for Gold !!!!

Try "Mary a grá gheal mo chroí ! which translates as mary oh bright love of my heart !

Phonetically. Mary a graw ge-yal mo cree. this is one for the big occasion !!

If that doesn't get her, switch to a French Girl !!!

Go for it !!
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Post December 31 2006, 12:05 PM
Benjamin
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ncole wrote:Hello,

I know a girl who really likes Irish culture so i was wondering if i could get the translation and pronunciation of the following words:

Love
Beautiful
Darling
I Love you
(Even if you have any other romantic names or anything)


Thank You Very Much,

ncole


Grá
Alainn
Stor (Sweetheart)
Tá grá agam duit


Await for more confirmation.

Post December 31 2006, 16:25 PM
ncole
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Thank you guys so much for your help :p

Post December 31 2006, 20:38 PM
Redwolf
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Posts: 57599
irelandandirish wrote:Ok, lets call the lady in question, Mary !

A Chushla ( a cushla phonetically) as in "Mary, a Chushla!" would equate to Mary darling !

Just slip it in casually in conversation !

However...... if you really want to go for Gold !!!!

Try "Mary a grá gheal mo chroí ! which translates as mary oh bright love of my heart !

Phonetically. Mary a graw ge-yal mo cree. this is one for the big occasion !!

If that doesn't get her, switch to a French Girl !!!

Go for it !!


Let's spell it correctly, though: "A chuisle."

Redwolf

Post December 31 2006, 20:50 PM
Tiarnan2
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Posts: 14816
irelandandirish wrote:Ok, lets call the lady in question, Mary !

A Chushla ( a cushla phonetically) as in "Mary, a Chushla!" would equate to Mary darling !

Just slip it in casually in conversation !

However...... if you really want to go for Gold !!!!

Try "Mary a grá gheal mo chroí ! which translates as mary oh bright love of my heart !

Phonetically. Mary a graw ge-yal mo cree. this is one for the big occasion !!

If that doesn't get her, switch to a French Girl !!!

Go for it !!



Maybe a grá geal mo chroí ?
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Post December 31 2006, 21:18 PM
Riadach
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i think technically it should be a ghrá ghil mo chroí. i could be wrong though.
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Post December 31 2006, 21:32 PM
irelandandirish
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Folks,

I think the guy just wanted a few words to impress the girlfriend !!!

Not a lecture on the fine differences between Munster and Ulster Irish !!! :D

Let us know if it worked for you ncole !!!

It has for me in the past !!!!! :wink:

Remember, no matter how you spell it.....It's how you say it that counts !!!!
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