josip wrote: »
How do you spell 'amlach' (clumsy/awkward) in Irish?
I've never seen the word written, only been on the receiving end of it from my mother
tv3tg4 wrote: »
What word do they use in Irish for reliable?
Another word I am looking for is popular?
Popular for a place?
Eg. Killarney is popular
Mitch Hedberg: "Rice is great if you're really hungry and want to eat two thousand of something."
Worztron wrote: »
popular - coitianta
Grudaire wrote: »
Nach bhfuil sé "tá éileamh mór ar Chill Airne"
I always thought that Coitianta means more "common" or "widespread"
Worztron wrote: »
Insect Overlord wrote: »
My apologies, I "thanked" your post yesterday because you already had the translation correct yourself.
banterit wrote: »
I am trying to learn Irish and am listening to radio and tg4 but sometimes I hear a word that I cant find in a dictionary
one that keeps popping up is what I hear as ''Harrabha'' or something like that ... earlier I heard it before the word deacair. I think it means very but I cant find it on Teanglann the online dictionary
Any help appreciated
mr chips wrote: »
"Happy Republic Day to you all". Spelling all looks fine to me.
An gal gréine wrote: »
That's all. - Go bhfuil gach.
That last one doesn't make sense to me.
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