What is the Irish name for Lisgoold? And the meaning?
Lios is a fort or that enclosed space around a dwelling unit.
It can also mean a fairy-fort.
'Lios' sites had a lower status than ráth or dún sites.
Cúil means corner or nook.
Cheers An gal gréine. I appreciate your help.
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Today I heard someone say on the radio, a word in Irish that means something like 'to lose your mind or out of your mind'. I think it started with an o but I don't recall anymore. Does anyone know the Irish word?
Hello again An gal gréine. Yes, I think it was one word.
As do mheabhair would be the most common way to say it. If I think of a single word I'll get back to you.
Apart from as do mheabhair, the only other way I can think of is - As do chiall.
Hi Snag Darach.
That maybe the word I heard. The radio guy said it like it was one word.
I also just found this thanks to you: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%C3%A0s_a_chiall
In this recent video by Cork City FC, a guy at the end (around 1:43) says "Your City, Your Club" in Irish. What is the exact phrase and spelling?
"Your City, Your Club" by RebelArmyTV:
What are the Irish words for these?
- grand niece | great niece
- grand nephew | great nephew