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20:08 Mar 17, 2001
Gaelic to English translations [Non-PRO]
Gaelic term or phrase: 3
i need to know how to say one, two, three, four in gaelic. thank you

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nahaon, dó, trí, ceathairRobert Jackson
na1=hoan(hayn) // 2=do' (hoeh) // 3=tri' (tree) // 4=ceathair (ca-her)
Elisa Capelão



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1=hoan(hayn) // 2=do' (hoeh) // 3=tri' (tree) // 4=ceathair (ca-her)

and here is the same story all over again...

-= @ Lord of the Dance - a show =-
... hez megy csevegni. A fiúk tánc közben hangosan számolnak kelta nyelven: 1 (hoan[hayn])
- 2 (do'[doeh]) - 3 (tri'[tree]) - 4 (ceathair[ca-her]). A mûsor ...

Happy St.Patricks Day (ending)!

    my husband is Irish
Elisa Capelão
Local time: 17:32
Native speaker of: Native in PortuguesePortuguese
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18 hrs
haon, dó, trí, ceathair

It's "haon" (not "hoan"), and "dó" and "trí" are written with accent marks.

Pronounced "hane", "doe/dough" (not "hoeh"), "tree" (w/a trilled "r") and "CA-her".

God's blessings on the feast of the Holy Hierarch Patrick, Enlightener of the Irish and Equal to the Apostles!

Robert Jackson
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