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01:58 May 17, 2002
Portuguese to Gaelic translations [Non-PRO]
Portuguese term or phrase: bem vindo
Bem Vindo, expressão que significa welcome em ingles

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Fernando Muela



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There aredifferent spelligs of this word: fáilte, failte, fàilte.
See the links below and good luck!

Dream Dancer - Gaelic Translations - [ Traduzca esta página ]
Translations. Fáilte (pronounced "Fell'-chay") Translation: 'Welcome' Dia duit
(pronounced "Gee'-ah gwich") Translation: 'May God be with you.' Common usage ...
www.sexysatin.com/library/translate.htm - 4k - En caché

2000 Failte Ball - [ Traduzca esta página ]
... What is It?: "Fàilte" means welcome in Gaelic, and all Scottish dancers, beginners
and experienced, are most welcome! The Fàilte Ball is intended to be a ...
www.rscds-twincities.org/failte01.html - 20k - En caché - Páginas similares

Failte Doorknocker - [ Traduzca esta página ]
... Give your Home an Irish Welcome! Solid brass Failte doorknocker. Failte means welcome
in Irish. Also comes in plain version pictured below. Measures approx. 7 ...
shop.store.yahoo.com/irishop/faildoor.html - 26k - En caché - Páginas similares

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