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Post March 25 2008, 13:06 PM
tkbrooks1980
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I need an irish gaelic translation for the word ghost.

 
Post March 25 2008, 13:10 PM
Benjamin
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Taibhse

Post March 25 2008, 15:29 PM
tkbrooks1980
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what would be the correct pronunciation?

Post March 25 2008, 15:41 PM
Benjamin
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http://www.irish-sayings.com/cats/seasonal/halloween/

The pronounciation is there, and you welcome.

Post March 25 2008, 16:05 PM
Bearn
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http://www.irish-sayings.com/cats/seasonal/halloween/


Connacht spiorad /shpir-id/

The s is broad before a labial

Connacht cnónna /cnow-on-ah/

The word has an r, and has had one for maybe 5 centuries...
Tír gan seacláid, tír gan anam!

Post March 25 2008, 20:43 PM
Beachóg
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I thought it was 'an puca'?!!

Post March 26 2008, 19:50 PM
tkbrooks1980
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thanks so much. really like being able to hear the translation from that site.



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