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Nuair a bhíonn an aimsir go dona — some Irish words for winter weather conditions and equipment Posted by on Jan 29, 2018

(le Róislín) Bhuel, is é an t-am sin den bhliain é.  Well, it’s that time of year.  Listening daily, even hourly, for the weather report to see what driving will be like.  Depending on where you live, the big question may be whether you’ll have snow (sneachta), rain (fearthainn or báisteach), or sleet (flichshneachta). But…

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Cineálacha Sneachta: Kinds of Snow Posted by on Feb 8, 2010

 (le Róislín) As a tribute to the amount of snow that fell over the weekend ar chósta thoir na Stát Aontaithe, and, I suppose, as a belated tribute to the amount that fell in Éirinn i mí Eanáir, let’s talk about some of the ways it can fall or accumulate. The most basic statement would…

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Ag Meaitseáil na bhFocal leis na Seanfhocail Posted by on Nov 13, 2009

Hopefully this will prove an entertaining but useful review of the seanfhocail we just learned.  Below we’ll have a few more proverbs to fill in that will be new for this blog (old, of course, mar eolas traidisiúnta).  The choices are given first in a word bank, since columns may not work out in the…

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