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the saint and the prostitute

Gaelic translation: an naomh agus an striapach

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15:47 Jul 17, 2001
English to Gaelic translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: the saint and the prostitute
this phrase is derived from a quotation found in Umberto Eco's Faucault's Pendulum, and reads: "I am the first and the last, the loved and the hated, the saint and the prostitute." The quotation is referring to a woman.
kendra
Gaelic translation:an naomh agus an striapach
Explanation:
approxiamate pronunciation -

"an now a-gus an stree-ah-pach" ("ch" as in Bach)



Hope this is what you want.

I studied Gaelic for one year, not many people do that.
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Christopher Gierig
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Local time: 05:29
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thanks again! this is very helpful- yeah, i've never met anyone that has studied gaelic, but i'm really glad you did because i've had a difficult time finding gaelic translations! actually, this is the only place i could find them. thanks alot, kendra
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an naomh agus an striapach


Explanation:
approxiamate pronunciation -

"an now a-gus an stree-ah-pach" ("ch" as in Bach)



Hope this is what you want.

I studied Gaelic for one year, not many people do that.


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Christopher Gierig
United States
Local time: 05:29
Grading comment
thanks again! this is very helpful- yeah, i've never met anyone that has studied gaelic, but i'm really glad you did because i've had a difficult time finding gaelic translations! actually, this is the only place i could find them. thanks alot, kendra
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