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Goodnight in Irish?
Answer Checking out any English-Irish dictionary would tell that the English pronoun "I/me" is said "mé" (may) or "mise" (mishe) in Irish. The second form is more emph…atic.
Bonne nuit ma belle or bonne nuit mon beau (depending if your talking to a woman or a man)
Goodnight - "Manuia le po", "Po manuia" or "Po lelei".
Oyasumi (to friend; partner; child) Oyasuminasai (to be polite)
If you were born in Ireland, have lived there most of your life, were educated there and so on, then you are Irish. If you did those things in another country, then you ar…e not Irish. If your parents or grandparents or other ancestors were Irish and you were born and grew up in another country, then it is your ancestors, not you, that are Irish. You may be entitled to an Irish passport through having Irish parents or grandparents. By all means celebrate your Irish ancestry and some Irish culture, but in reality unless you are actually from Ireland and spent most of your life there, then you are not really Irish.
do you mean "merry Christmas to all and to all a good night
goodnight in yoruba is odaro
Mister Tom Willie (william) George Zach Mrs Beech Carrie Ginnie Mrs Hartridge Doctor Little May Thorne
Goodnight in Kurdish means "Roj bash".
You would say, "Good evening," between sunset and about 8pm. After that, you would say, "good night."