Eternally and unconditionally or the equivelent.

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    Melpet
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    Can anyone help me figure out how to say eternally and unconditionally correctly?
    I have gotten that neamhchoinníollach means unconditional and go síoraí should mean eternally, but how would I put it together properly?

    neamhchoinníollach agus go síoraí?

    Thank you.

    #45845
    Héilics Órbhuí
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    “Gan choinníoll” would be better for “unconditionally”. I would personally say something like “gan choinníoll go deo”, but there are a variety of ways you could say this.

    #45846
    Melpet
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    Thank you. I think I have decided on Gan choinioll ‘s go deo”

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