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How do you say "Forever, my Love"

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Post July 18 2009, 7:17 AM
New Arrival
Posts: 1
I am new I am sure this has been answered but I do not know the answer and I need it quickly I need the exact spelling and wording to put on a Tattoo(never thought would get one buy this is important and must be done right away). Could you please tell me the exact way that it should appear to mean the following?

"Forever, my Love"

I do apologize for my ignorance and so appreciate your rapid assistance.

Post July 18 2009, 11:10 AM
Posts: 3387
Mo ghrá go deo
Ritheann fear buile trí thuile go dána, ach is minic thug tuile fear buile le fána

Post July 18 2009, 11:19 AM
Scéalaí Mór
Posts: 1800
"right away" and "tattoo" should never be uttered close together.

I might suggest something a bit different to Seán's:

go deo, a ghrá

The difference between a ghrá and mo ghrá is that you'd use a if your talking TO the person you love, and mo if you're talking about her (or your love)

Definitely wait for confirmation on anything you want tattooed.
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Post July 18 2009, 11:25 AM
Posts: 124
"Mo ghrá go deo thú" a little longer ...

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