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09:15 Sep 6, 2001
English to Irish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: hello
greeting
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5Dia is Muire dhuitEaglede
naDia dhuitChristopher Gierig


  

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Dia dhuit


Explanation:
"Dia dhuit" - "God to you"

pronounced like:

"di-a guit"

If someone says this to you, the reply is:

"Dia is Muire dhuit" - "God and Mary to you"

"di-a iss mu-re guit"

Hope it helps :)

"Slan" - Good bye




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    1yr. of Gaelic
Christopher Gierig
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Dia is Muire dhuit


Explanation:
Dia is Muire dhuit = Hello

Dia dhuit = Hello. Literally "God be with you"

Response to "Dia dhuit". Literally means "God and Mary be with you"

Welcome = Fáilte

Rath Dé ort! = The grace of God be with you

Slán = Goodbye

Slán agus beannacht leat = Goodbye and blessings with you

Slán go fóill = Bye for now

Síochán leat = Peace be with you

Sláinte chugat = Good health to you.


    Reference: http://www.irish-sayings.com/greetings.php?feature=35
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