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‘Ubh Fhriochta,’ ‘Uibheacha Friochta,’ or ‘na hUibhe Friochta’? (which egg term to use when, in Irish) Posted by on Sep 3, 2014

(le Róislín) Definitely variations on a theme of fried eggs!  Not, by the way, the “fried egg” otherwise known as the “sandalled anemone,” which is “bundún nóinín mór,” and which is not, afaik, inite (edible).   Tuilleadh eolais ar an anamóine sin sa nóta thíos. And, for a second “by the way,” we’ll also look briefly…

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Aimsir na Cásca Posted by on Apr 21, 2011

(le Róislín) Hmm, “Aimsir na Cásca”?  “The Weather of Easter”?  Not really, even though Easter weather may be important for such outdoor activities as tóraíochtaí uibheacha Cásca or for the temporary workers who wear cultacha coiníní Cásca and stand outside places like bialanna and seomraí taispeántais carranna to attract customers to come in.  Iad ag…

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