19:48 Dec 20, 2003
Polish to Gaelic translations [Non-PRO]
Polish term or phrase: towarzyszka
czyja¶ towarzyszka

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3(bana-)chompanach; comrannach
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(bana-)chompanach; comrannach

... Towarzysz X (Comrade X) 1940. 1223. 1224. Towarzyszka podróży (Campagna Di Viaggo / Travelling Companion) 1996. ...

Your old comrade -Donald C.
Do sheann chompanach - Domhnull C.

companach, n.m. – companion, mate, husband
comrannach, n.m. – comrade, companion
bana-chompanach, n.f. – female companion

Note added at 2003-12-21 15:21:04 (GMT)

The word \"czyja\" means in English \"whose\" or \"to whom\", in Gaelic - \"quoi s\'lesh\"


Basis words and phrases in Polish
... whose? czyj, czyja, czyje?

Czyja jest Polska? ...
To whom does Poland belong? ...

An Etymological Dictionary of the Gaelic Language
quoi s\'lesh = whose s\'lesh

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