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Post November 07 2007, 20:33 PM
mtpatty
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to pronounce Irish for sweet, which i think is, Milish...is it MY lish or ME lish???

thanks

 
Post November 07 2007, 20:44 PM
Christy Quinn.
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Hi, I say '' Mill ish'' southern sound. Christy :ja:
Wait for more to be sure.
Quae Sursum volo videre.
The Mouth from the South.
An sean duine liath.

Post November 07 2007, 20:46 PM
mtpatty
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that works since I am Southern too! thanks much

Post November 07 2007, 20:54 PM
BuachaillBeo
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mtpatty wrote:to pronounce Irish for sweet, which i think is, Milish...is it MY lish or ME lish???

thanks


milis means sweet... but not like "i took those sweets off that helpless child again, they always taste so much better that way. He paid for them and everything. Absolute FACT."

It's the adjective.... (I'd say binn myself but sure it only goes to show the rich selection we have! :D)

It'd be pronounced as Christy said - mill-ish. But don't dwell on those ll's now y'hear? :wink: try to say it together and not as two strongly separated bits or whatever..... you know what I mean... just let it flow like! 8)
Always wait for confirmation on my translations!

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Post November 07 2007, 20:57 PM
mtpatty
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i think milish is correct, to be used for a Cat's name...

pronounced millish i think is the way to go

thanks

Mark

Post November 07 2007, 20:59 PM
Redwolf
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Just to emphasize...the correct spelling of the word is "milis," as Buachaill Beo has spelled it, not "milish."

Redwolf

Post November 07 2007, 21:02 PM
Christy Quinn.
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BuachaillBeo wrote:
mtpatty wrote:to pronounce Irish for sweet, which i think is, Milish...is it MY lish or ME lish???

thanks


milis means sweet... but not like "i took those sweets off that helpless child again, they always taste so much better that way. He paid for them and everything. Absolute FACT."

It's the adjective.... (I'd say binn myself but sure it only goes to show the rich selection we have! :D)

It'd be pronounced as Christy said - mill-ish. But don't dwell on those ll's now y'hear? :wink: try to say it together and not as two strongly separated bits or whatever..... you know what I mean... just let it flow like! 8)


Hi arís, that is '' Bynn'' and it refers to music especially[Waterford Irish].

Christy. :ja: Maybe one 'l' is ok. :lach:
Wait for more to be sure.
Quae Sursum volo videre.
The Mouth from the South.
An sean duine liath.

Post November 07 2007, 21:28 PM
Redwolf
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Posts: 57599
Christy Quinn. wrote:
BuachaillBeo wrote:
mtpatty wrote:to pronounce Irish for sweet, which i think is, Milish...is it MY lish or ME lish???

thanks


milis means sweet... but not like "i took those sweets off that helpless child again, they always taste so much better that way. He paid for them and everything. Absolute FACT."

It's the adjective.... (I'd say binn myself but sure it only goes to show the rich selection we have! :D)

It'd be pronounced as Christy said - mill-ish. But don't dwell on those ll's now y'hear? :wink: try to say it together and not as two strongly separated bits or whatever..... you know what I mean... just let it flow like! 8)


Hi arís, that is '' Bynn'' and it refers to music especially[Waterford Irish].

Christy. :ja: Maybe one 'l' is ok. :lach:


But still spelled 'Binn.' But yes indeed. :ja:

Amhrán binn: Sweet song

Cáca milis: Sweet cake

Redwolf



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