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What is the Irish for 'I love Irish men'?

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Is maith liom fír Éireanach = I like Irish men.

Is bréa liom fír Éireanach = I ____ Irish men. 'Bréa' doesn't really have a translation. It means a great like for something.

Now, in order to say LOVE...

Tá grá agam do fír Éireanach = I have love for Irish men (Irish sentances can be structured differently then in english).
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Are you irish?

Yes.

What is the Irish for 'I love you'?

Is tú mo ghrá "You are my love." Tá grá agam duit. "I have love for you." Is mo ghrá thú or mo grá thú "You are my love" Táim i ngrá leat "I'm in love with you" m

What is the Irish for love?

grá (love, charity, beloved person) searc (love, beloved one) cion (love, affection; regard, esteem; influence) gean (love, affection) grá (love) grá

How do Irish men behave when it comes to LOVE?

Pretty much the same as all other men.
In Ireland

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