Reply To: Condolences


“Ar dhéis Dé go raibh a (h)anam (dílís)” is undoubtedly the most common, widely used even among people with very little Irish.

“Cómhbhrón ó chroi” is

“anam” can be qualified with “dílis” or “uasal”.

“Ní maith liom bhur dtrioblóid”/”Ní maith liom do thrioblóid” is the equivalent of “I’m sorry for your troubles”.

Almost every death in Ireland is marked on, and friends and family members leave condolence messages there, if you want to look for further examples.

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