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PostPosted: Fri 09 Dec 2022 4:04 pm 
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Dear Irish Learners,
I want to translate these two words "Young Apple" in standard Irish.
I have used different translators and dictionnaries to cross the results and what I obtain is "Abhail Óg"
Could you please let me know what you think this translation ?

Thanks a lot !


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No. Abhall is a historical word for apple (see "Avalon", a kind of mythical legendary Camelot version of a Celtic-era England, "the land of apples"), but the current word is úll (ubhall). Úll óg.


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PostPosted: Sun 11 Dec 2022 1:41 pm 
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Zerbeuthe wrote:
Dear Irish Learners,
I want to translate these two words "Young Apple" in standard Irish.
I have used different translators and dictionnaries to cross the results and what I obtain is "Abhail Óg"
Could you please let me know what you think this translation ?

Thanks a lot !


What dictionaries?

apple = úll, pre-reform spelling ubhall

young = óg


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