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I am my beloved\'s, and my beloved is mine.

Gaelic translation: is le grá mo chroí mé, agus is liomsa grá mo chroí.

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15:45 Aug 2, 2004
English to Gaelic translations [Non-PRO]
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English term or phrase: I am my beloved\'s, and my beloved is mine.
It is a quote from the bible, usually used for weddings.
Todd Williams
Gaelic translation:is le grá mo chroí mé, agus is liomsa grá mo chroí.
Explanation:
"grá mo chroí" is one way to say "my beloved", others are: "mo ghrá", "mo chroí", "rún mo chléibh", "mo stór", "mo thaisce", etc.
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Colin Parmar
Local time: 11:52
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Thank you Colin, I found your information very helpful.
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5is le grá mo chroí mé, agus is liomsa grá mo chroí.Colin Parmar


  

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i am my beloved's, and my beloved is mine.
is le grá mo chroí mé, agus is liomsa grá mo chroí.


Explanation:
"grá mo chroí" is one way to say "my beloved", others are: "mo ghrá", "mo chroí", "rún mo chléibh", "mo stór", "mo thaisce", etc.


Colin Parmar
Local time: 11:52
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in IrishIrish
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Thank you Colin, I found your information very helpful.
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