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Harry Potter agus an Órchloch: Sraith Ócáideach d’Fhocail Shuimiúla sa Leagan Gaeilge (Cuid 1: an bundallán draíochta — nó an beasór?) Posted by on Jan 15, 2017

(le Róislín) Having now made my way through Harry Potter as Gaeil-ge 3.9411-76470-5882-35 times, I thought this would be a good time to start looking at some of the interesting vocabulary in the Irish translation by Máire Nic Mhaoláin, published in 2004. Before we start, why all those numbers after the pointe deachúlach?  My third…

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Deich nDóigh (10 Ways) le ‘I Love You’ a Rá i nGaeilge Posted by on Feb 8, 2013

(le Róislín) So, Irish has lots of ways to say “I love you,” but most of them don’t involve the verb “to love.”  How is that supposed to work?  Bhuel, with lots of téarmaí ceana (terms of endearment)!  In other words, you mostly use nouns to say that someone is your sweetheart, your darling, your…

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