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 Post subject: Re: deas bualadh libh
PostPosted: Fri 12 Oct 2012 10:32 am 
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Thank you folks, your replies are appreciated, I'm a stickler for detail, looking for the correct detail, but I'm starting to think that what's 'correct' Irish is an ongoing debate. :cry:
I'm determined though to work away at it, my conversation buddy is depending on me, hopefully by the time he takes me for a pint I'll be over the curve :toast:
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 Post subject: Re: deas bualadh libh
PostPosted: Mon 06 Jul 2020 11:55 am 
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Cad'é mar atá sibh ?

is this said in Ulster Irish ? as it seems its used by the fortune teller (bean feasa) in Now You're Talking - a lot !

atchim bean eile (pronounced like cheem)
atchim cailín amhain

from Wiktionary copied and pasted:

atchí

Alternative forms
at-chí, tchí, tchíonn
Verb
atchí

(archaic) present indicative analytic independent of feic
Further reading
"atchí" in Foclóir Gaeilge-Béarla, An Gúm, 1977, by Niall Ó Dónaill.
Categories: Irish non-lemma forms Irish verb forms - Irish terms with archaic senses

Go raibh mille maith agaibh ! :GRMA: :rolleyes: :O


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