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15-06-2020, 16:10   #1
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English to Irish Gaelic Translation

Hello everyone, I'm needing help with an accurate English to Irish Gaelic translation for a tattoo my friend is getting. She wants to make sure she gets an accurate translation of the English word "beloved." (As a term of endearment meaning "deeply loved.") We have found "a mhuirnín" or "mo mhuirnín" but we don't know if those are accurate, and if they are, which one to use.

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15-06-2020, 16:23   #2
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Personally, I would go with "Mo chroí"
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15-06-2020, 19:18   #3
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They are both correct Sarah.
Mo = My.
A is used when addressing someone.

Mo ghrá
A ghrá
Mo stór
A stór
Mo shearc....all meaning my darling

Grá mo chroí heart's beloved
Mo ghrá dearest love
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“Mo mhuirnín “ or “ mo ghrá” for me .
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