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17:36 Mar 25, 2004
English to Irish translations [Non-PRO] Textiles / Clothing / Fashion
Explanation: The word 'síor' is often used as a prefix to add the sense of 'everlasting', 'eternal', 'continuing' to the root word as in 'síorghlas' = 'evergreen' or 'síorghnách' = 'commonplace, humdrum' and 'síorghlóir' = 'eternal glory'.
Tony Pratschke Ireland Local time: 02:08 Native speaker of: English, Irish