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29-06-2020, 18:05   #1
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Baby Talk as Gaeilge

Would anyone have some nice Irish phrases to use with a new baby like
Codhladh sámh or A chroí etc.
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Suantraí sí, a linbhín Luasc go mall sa chliabhán Lú lá luí,
a linbhín dún do shúil,
a naíonáin Seoithín seoithín seoithín seó Seoithín seoithín seoithín seó Seoithín seoithín seoithín seó Suantraí sí, a linbhín,
A thaiscidh, a stór Luí go socair, luí go ciúin.
Codladh sámh,a ghrághil

Fan id' shuan, a thaiscidh buan Go n-éirí tú ar maidin.


From 'Suantraí Sí' By Pádraigín Ní hUallacháin. (See more on YouTube)
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Féach anseo. Ábhar fuaime do pháistí - scéalta agus rannta.

https://soundcloud.com/forasnagaeilge/sets
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Go raibh míle maith agat. Tá sé sin go hálainn.
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Mise & mo ghasúir:

"Mo ghrá thú - Mo ghrá thú níos mó - Mo ghrá THUSA níos mó - Mo ghrá THUSA - Mise tusa - NO! Mise TUSA - Mise TUSA" &rl &rl.... (Tá duine acu fós óg)

"Mo ghrá geal" (Can also be said sarcastically...)
"Is breá liom thú" (Can also be used when they're looking for something. Said pleadingly....)

A mhaicín ..... ('My little son'. Can be said lovingly or when they're in trouble = "Goille anseo tusa, a mhaicín!!!")
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26-10-2020, 11:59   #6
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GRMA
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This book might help.
Gaschaint
https://www.siopa.ie/en/i-58-gaschai...d/i.aspx?ID=58
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28-12-2020, 11:16   #8
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I checked this book out sounds really good. Getting it in my library to have a look before I buy it. GRMA.
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Another great book with hundreds of rhymes, word play, ladder stories etc etc is Cniogaide Cnagaide.
It's for a parent - or teacher - to dip into and find something useful.

https://www.cic.ie/en/books/publishe...eabhair-cloite


Also A Stór is a Stóirín by Padraignín Ní Uallachaín, a CD with around 20 songs for grown-ups and another 20 for children, lullabies etc. It comes with a booklet which has the words and the music too.
Available at the link below, where you can also here a taste of each track - the first children's song is no. 19, if you want to skip the adult songs!

https://www.irishsong.com/music/a-stor-is-a-stoirin/
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Go raibh maith agat as ucht na nascanna sin a roinnt linn anseo. Beidh na smaointí siúd ag teastáil go géir uaim go luath!
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Go raibh maith agat as ucht na nascanna sin a roinnt linn anseo. Beidh na smaointí siúd ag teastáil go géir uaim go luath!
Comhghairdeas! Go n-éirí leat le hInsect Overlord óg.
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Go raibh maith agat as ucht na nascanna sin a roinnt linn anseo. Beidh na smaointí siúd ag teastáil go géir uaim go luath!
Fáilte agus fiche, agus go maire tú/sibh/sibhse ar fad bhur nuaíocht!
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Níl sí ag teacht go dtí deireadh na míosa seo, ach táimíd tar éis an crib a chur le chéile inniu. Agus tá an suíochán ullamh sa ghluaistéan ón deireadh seachtaine seo caite.

Anois níl aon rud le déanamh ach leabhair a cheannach chun an dá theanga a mhúineadh di.
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