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18-04-2021, 07:01   #376
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Hi. What does this mean? Is it spelt properly?

"Lá na Poblachta sona daoibh go léir"

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20-04-2021, 21:08   #377
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"Happy Republic Day to you all". Spelling all looks fine to me.
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22-04-2021, 21:21   #378
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Hey, looking to figure out what the Irish word for 'Links' is. From what I can see 'link' is 'nasc'. I've seen 'naisc' used for the plural but not 100% sure if it is correct or not. It's specifically in relation to a Golf Links, which I have also seen 'Machaire' used in relation to.

Can anyone give me a steer on which is the correct one? Would Naisc be totally incorrect? Thanks in advance.
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22-04-2021, 23:48   #379
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Nasc mainly means 'link' in the sense of connection. Machaire looks like the word you want.

Your link for Machaire gives meaning #2 as "Stretch of level ground; links, course. ~ gailf, golf-course. ~ ráis, race-course".

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23-04-2021, 10:00   #380
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Dumhach ghailf.
Galf-chúrsa dumhcha.
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23-04-2021, 11:58   #381
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I need to translate my married surname into Irish? Could i PM somebody who might be able to offer advice or direct me where to go please?
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24-04-2021, 07:12   #382
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"Happy Republic Day to you all". Spelling all looks fine to me.
Thanks, mc.
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16-05-2021, 08:47   #383
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Are these translations accurate?
  • That's all right. - Tá sin ceart go leor.
  • That's all. - Sin é an méid.
  • That's all. - Sin uile.
  • That's all. - Go bhfuil gach.
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28-05-2021, 12:25   #384
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That's all. - Go bhfuil gach.

That last one doesn't make sense to me.
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29-05-2021, 07:51   #385
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That's all. - Go bhfuil gach.

That last one doesn't make sense to me.
Thanks, AGG.
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