Good Luck - In Irish (Gaelic)

I'm a bit rusty, but know a few phrases. Oh: 'Good Luck' - In Irish (Gaelic) ( May the road rise before you ).

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An deoch is fearr Cupa tae, Is maith liom é, Am ar bith, I rith an lae. (The best drink: I like a cup of tea at anytime of the day.

"Keep calm and carry on" says Amber whom it's pinned from ... "Take it easy and press on" is probably more literal, but I love her translation too since it's one that rhymes in English ... which is always more the aim. But I like to give the literal translation too since it helps one form their own Gaeilge.

"Keep calm and carry on" - I'll try to remember next time I open my Buntús Cainte.

Tayto as Gaeilge: Classic Tayto cheese & onion crisps in limited edition retro packaging with Irish language text

Ahhh i need! Tayto as Gaeilge: Classic Tayto cheese & onion crisps in limited edition retro packaging with Irish language text

"A country without language is a country without soul." Padraig Pearse  From Hairy Baby Clothing Company - awesome t-shirts for the whole family.  In English & Irish and ALL funny

" Padraig Pearse From Hairy Baby Clothing Company - awesome t-shirts for the whole family. In English & Irish and ALL funny

Béar le talún!

I would like to sing a song for you now, abbout girl that I ate once / Ba mhaith liom - I would like / amhrán - song / a chanadh - to sing / daoibh - for you ( plural )/ anois - now / faoi chailín - about a girl / a di

Níl tuiseal gineadeach acu sa bhéarla.

I have a bad habit of laughing at serious moments. meme by Dr. Evil and minions

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"Má chailleann tú uair ar maidin, beidh tú á tóraíocht i rith an lae." ('if you lose an hour in the morning you will spend the rest of the day chasing after it.

Na madrai

Amazing Animals Row, row, row a boat. Paddle, paddle, paddle a boat (canoe).

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