Not quite relevant but in Árainn long ago I asked a youngster “Cé leis thú” and was surprised to get the reply “Leis an teach sin.” Given that the old naming system in the Gaeltacht celebrates three if not more generations I expected “Jimmy Nóra John” to which I would reply “Cén t-ainm atá ort féin?” expecting “Pat” or some such. Jimmy being the father’s name, Nóra the grandmother’s, and John the great-grandfather. Only a social-welfare spy would ask for “An tUasal Ó Flaithbheartaigh.”

Regarding “Where are you from?” I heard “Cé as ab as tus'” in Erris.