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Erin go bragh is an English phonetic spelling of Éirinn go brách, which in Irish means "Ireland forever."

It is an Irish expression of allegiance to Ireland.
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What is the correct spelling of 'Erin Go Braugh' and what does it mean?

Erin Go Braugh?Bragh? Dia duit. That's "hello" in Irish. The correct spelling is 'ERIN GO BRAGH' and it simply means ' IRELAND FOREVER.' Slan(goodbye) "Erin go bragh" i

When did the term 'Erin Go Braugh' originate?

The first thing you need to understand is the trinity of sisters known as albana,banba and of course Erin. The original term of this statement was banba go brea banba being on

What does 'Eire go Braugh' mean?

Ireland forever.   More usually spelled "Erin go bragh" or  "Erin go braugh" it is a phonetic   English approximation of the Irish Gaelic "Éirinn go brách".  

What does the Gaelic word braugh mean?

As in "Erin go Braugh"? That is a phonetic English spelling of "Éirinn go brách" which literally means "Ireland until Judgment Day" or "Ireland forever". Braugh is not a Gae

What does Erin Go Brough mean?

Erin Go Bragh is a phrase that loosely translates to Ireland  Forever. It is an expression used to signify Irish pride and  heritage.

How do you pronounce Erin go braugh?

"air-in go bra"   Another Answer:   Éirinn go brách is the actual Irish (Gaelic) spelling and would sound something like "aer-in guh brawkh" a gutteral sound at the

Is there another saying associated with Erin go braugh?

well Erin go braugh means "Ireland Forever" but i have seen people spell braugh differently such at brah or brauh sorry if this doesn't help you =[        Another Ans

What does go braugh mean?

It's a phonetic English spelling of the Irish phrase go brách translated as 'for ever'. Go brách na breithe, till the Day of Judgment. Éirinn go brách! Ireland for ever!