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Irish translation: The grandfather

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11:26 Dec 2, 2001
English to Irish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Grandfather
Hi everybody,

can somebody tell me how you call a grandfather in Irish?
That is English Irish.
Dad old?

Mamy thanks

Ciao
Paola
Paola Paliotti
Italy
Local time: 23:33
Irish translation:The grandfather
Explanation:
pronounced "de grandfa'der"
The Irish always use the article before family names. You can substitute "the for "me". Trying to reach into my English-Irish childhood, I can only recall " me grandad". "The ol' man" could be a suggestion.
Have fun Paola
Alison Kennedy.
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Alison kennedy
Local time: 23:33
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Thanks a lot :)
Ciao
Paola
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The grandfather


Explanation:
pronounced "de grandfa'der"
The Irish always use the article before family names. You can substitute "the for "me". Trying to reach into my English-Irish childhood, I can only recall " me grandad". "The ol' man" could be a suggestion.
Have fun Paola
Alison Kennedy.

Alison kennedy
Local time: 23:33
Grading comment
Thanks a lot :)
Ciao
Paola
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