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GRMA Labhrás as ucht an cabhair
I capitalise it because I capitalise “Happy Christmas” and “Birthday Greetings” etc
I’ve just glanced through the cards I received this year – pretty much all capitalised – both Irish and English.
Yes – not saying that everyone should do this – my personal choice.
For me it’s a choice. Some people write “Happy Christmas to you all” . . some people write “HAPPY CHRISTMAS To You All” etc etc
I use “Nollaig Shona daoibh go léir”
I’m still backing Latin!
The first of the 2 words at the bottom of the towel look like MILLE (thousand) or MITTE (send) . . to me anyway ..
and Latin has letters like ‘Å“’ .. .. can’t make anything of the rest, though . .
I think THIAR is an adjective, used with a noun
an tír thiar – the west country
an taobh thiar – the west side
Iarthar is a noun. – the West
Literally . . what is in question (in your mind) for you to do after school
I suppose it’s Latin??
Hail Mary is Sé do bheatha Mhuire . . ,
GRMA as ucht an litríocht, Labhras
a leithéid de praiseac . . (not sure of spelling of praiseac)
as far as I can see they are all direct objects . . so, have another go at themOctober 9, 2018 at 12:49 pm in reply to: “If you don’t like Law and Order, you can go to Hell!” #46251
Is féidir leat dul go …May 8, 2018 at 5:30 pm in reply to: Translation Confirmation “Wide is the door of the little cottage” #46215
you need to leave out the first “an” anyway. The rest looks ok to me, but might need a bit of attention from someone with better grammar.
“Is leathan doras an teachín beag.”