The Irish Language - Lets try & learn one word a week.

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Translation into ulster scotch= whinging Hill banker pickin time.
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Liverpool in Irish is Learpholl.
I'm only guessing that to pronounce it you say Liverpool in a slightly slurred drunk accent.
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A few useful words for tonight's game ……………
A) Shark is Siorc
B) Sharks fin soup is Anraith eite siorca
C) He's a real shark is Siorc amach is amach ata ann.
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Leinster v Bulls = Laighean v Tairbh
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Stormers v Ulster = Stoirmers v Ulaidh
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:fleg: :fleg: Staun up fer the Ulaidhmen :fleg: :fleg:

Would that be right in Ulster Scots/Gaelic/English hybrid, which is the only way for integrated language in the Province?
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solidarity wrote: Fri Jun 10, 2022 7:40 pm :fleg: :fleg: Staun up fer the Ulaidhmen :fleg: :fleg:

Would that be right in Ulster Scots/Gaelic/English hybrid, which is the only way for integrated language in the Province?
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HwoodMike2umate wrote: Fri Jun 10, 2022 2:35 pm Leinster v Bulls = Laighean v Tairbh
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Road signs saying “Slow” would in Irish say “Go Mall”.
Whereas “Slow cooking” is “Mallchocarail”.
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HwoodMike2umate wrote: Thu Jun 16, 2022 4:38 pm Road signs saying “Slow” would in Irish say “Go Mall”.
Whereas “Slow cooking” is “Mallchocarail”.
Discuss.
What's Irish for the classic Free State sign sequence: SLOW; SLOWER; DEAD SLOW ? :lol:
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I am very impressed with the growing level of fluency here. You would put most of us to shame! Ar aghaigh libh!
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