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Post June 11 2009, 18:05 PM
Steaknive
New Arrival
 
Posts: 4
I was just wondering if its possible to get the translation for "Robert"?

It would be greatly appreciated.

 
Post June 11 2009, 18:12 PM
irish yank
Laoch na nGael
 
Posts: 676
I'm not sure Robert has an Irish translation. From what I've seen, when speaking Irish, you would just use 'Robert'.
My name sucks, therefore pay it no attention.
My Irish is beginners
DO NOT FORGET FADAS(á,é,í,ó,ú)
I prefer Standard & Connaught dialects

Post June 11 2009, 19:05 PM
enfield
Scéalaí Mór
 
Posts: 1523
In Irish placenames;
Hubbock, Hobag, a diminutive form of ‘Hub’ (another version of the male name Robert).

and

Robert, Riobaird, Robert, a male name.

Regards.
Tom

Post June 11 2009, 19:05 PM
scoobytyson
Craiceáilte
 
Posts: 6550
Roibeard is the given 'translation'.
The money-grabbing wankers who control this site can ban me too. Talk about recruiting trolls! I've spent enough time putting money in their pockets.



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