donworybhapy

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    Thank you all have been very helpful I will post what we decide when he gets here. I will be back to learn more as time permits. I love the sound of the language, but I don’t understand much yet. Your sounds are so different.
    I have ancestors who hail from those parts. But not all the genealogy is done yet.

    Callaway or Gallaway married Cullen.

    Then we know Grant from Scotland.

    That is the most direct part on my áthairs side. My maiden name is Cullen.

    Bain, Shelton, Mitchell, and Purh are all I know of my máthairs side. Her maiden name was Bain.

    I’d love to say thank you in Irish ,but I don’t know how yet. So
    Thank you

    donworybhapy
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    I’ve seen Móraí before, what would be the direct translation and is it phonetically said (Moree)?
    Thank you

    in reply to: Máthair or mháthair #44929
    donworybhapy
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    ár gcéad mháthair, or better: an chéad mháthair
    What is the english translation of these? Please

    donworybhapy
    Participant

    Thank you, both.

    Trying to get away from the “old” thing.
    Don’t need to be reminded of that and I’m not sure how “wise” I am.

    How would you say ” mother of the heart” then?

    Also, please, if you could give a regular spelling and a phonetic spelling it would be helpful.
    What is the phonetic spelling of “Daideo”?

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