What would you like to do?
What is Irish for God be with you?
In Irish it's: Beannacht Dé ort (singular) / Beannacht Dé oraibh (plural) 'Beannacht Dé ort!' God bless you. (To one person) 'Beannacht Dé oraibh!' is the plural.
Dia Dia of God - Dé
Dia It's Dia.
Dia do do bheannú! (God bless)Beannacht Dé ort! (God's blessing on-you)Go mbeannaí Dia dhuit (May God bless you) (These are all forms used when speaking to one person.)
(To one person): Go mbeannaí Dia dhuit. [guh many djeea ghitch]
Éireannach trí dheonú Dé.
níl aon Dia is é do Dhia Literally means: Not any god is your god
Óengus is a member of the Tuatha Dé Danann and probably a god of love, youth and poetic inspiration. He is also called Aengus Óg ("Aengus the young"), Mac ind Óg ("son of …the young"), Mac Óg ("young son") or Maccan. Clíodhna Irish goddess, sometimes identified as a goddess of love and beauty. "In Old Irish, Clídna, later Clíodhna and modernized Clíona [kleena] belonged to the Tuatha Dé Danann and in legend gave her name to one of the three great waves of Ireland, Tonn Chlídhna, which has been identidied with Glandore harbour. In the Finn-tales, Clídna is one of the three beautiful daughters of Libra, poet to the sea-god Manannán mac Lir. In later legend, she is fairy-woman to the MacCarthys."
The Irish have been Christian for a very long time, so there is no standard phrase for "god of victory". Obviously you can translate the phrase into Gaelic if you really want …to, but what would be the point?
Laoch Dé Gaiscíoch Dé
go raibh Dia leat agus go mbeannaí Dia duit
The Irish people are devout Christians.