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16-01-2021, 17:43   #46
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Considering that he posted this 9 years ago, you may be waiting a while for him to reply!

That said, both terms are used for moth.

https://www.teanglann.ie/en/eid/moth
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Coinín Rabbit.
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Coinín Rabbit.
Ah, that's a lovely word!
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coiníní - rabbits
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Lus an chromchinn, the plant with the hanging head, daffodil

(smugairle róin, previously explained)
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Hi donalh087. Isn't 'moth' = 'leamhan'?
What's the Irish for Necroposting ?
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What's the Irish for Necroposting ?
I think the thread is still relevant.
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smaois
Means snot. Sounds like what it means
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Means snot. Sounds like what it means
Favorite word?

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Sceitimini, fadas over last two i's. Such a joyful word. Means excited big time. Sceitimini athais - overjoyed.
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Sceitimini, fadas over last two i's. Such a joyful word. Means excited big time. Sceitimini athais - overjoyed.
Hi Mrsmum. I can't find 'sceitimímí' anywhere else. I found this for overjoyed: https://www.focloir.ie/en/dictionary/ei/overjoyed
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Hi Mrsmum. I can't find 'sceitimímí' anywhere else. I found this for overjoyed: https://www.focloir.ie/en/dictionary/ei/overjoyed
I spelt it wrongly. Corrected it above.
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amárach “Means the time I tell the missus I’ll do something ” it definitely my favorite word
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amárach “Means the time I tell the missus I’ll do something ” it definitely my favorite word
I'd say her favourite word is anois.
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Hi Mrsmum. I can't find 'sceitimímí' anywhere else. I found this for overjoyed: https://www.focloir.ie/en/dictionary/ei/overjoyed
Ah, yes. Thanks. http://www.potafocal.com/beo/?s=sceitim%c3%adn%c3%ad
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