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Meaitseáil Na Téarmaí (Téarmaí Shéasúr na Nollag) Posted by on Dec 29, 2011

(le Róislín) We’ve had lots of vocabulary lately, much of which might be new to many readers.  So how about a little review, matching the holiday concept or item to the holiday involved?  The holidays will be listed in Colún A and the items and concepts in Colún B.  And once again, for the dúshlán…

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Túis, Frainclíní, agus Saincheadúnais, A Thiarcais! Posted by on Aug 14, 2011

(le Róislín) Actually, it is the English versions of these three words that offer the alliteration, which gives the phrase a slightly literary twist.  That in turns tempts me to end teideal an bhlag seo with the interjection “a thiarcais.”  So, the title of this blog translates into English as “Frankincense, Franklins, and Franchises, Oh…

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