I love you

01:47 Aug 25, 2000
Gaelic to English translations [PRO]
Gaelic term or phrase: I love you
I just need to say I love you in Gaelic
Ginger


Summary of answers provided
naMo ghrá thú (in Irish)
Lia Fail (X)


  

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16 days
Mo ghrá thú (in Irish)


Explanation:
As far as I can remember, Irish has no direct equivalent of 'I love you'. The above means something like 'You are my love you are'. I can't help you with Scots, I'm afraid.

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Lia Fail (X)
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