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Gra' mo chroi'

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Post May 19 2008, 22:52 PM
irishgirl118
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Gra' mo chroi' mean love (of) my heart.
Is this correct?
How do you pronounce Gra'?
Is mo chroi' pronounced: muh/kree
Is chroi' spelled correctly?
I've seen it spelled croi' also.
The accents are over the "a" and "i"....true?
Thank you!

:D

 
Post May 19 2008, 22:59 PM
Redwolf
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Posts: 57599
irishgirl118 wrote:Gra' mo chroi' mean love (of) my heart.
Is this correct?
How do you pronounce Gra'?
Is mo chroi' pronounced: muh/kree
Is chroi' spelled correctly?
I've seen it spelled croi' also.
The accents are over the "a" and "i"....true?
Thank you!

:D


Correct spelling:

Grá mo chroí

The "h" needs to be in "chroí" because it follows the word "mo."

Pronounced (roughly) graw muh khree (the first sound of "chroí" should be like the ch in "Bach" or "loch."

Redwolf



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