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Dia dhuit ar maidin (singular)

Dia dhaoibh maidin (plural)
It would be

'Dia dhuit ar maidin'

'Mora duit ar maidin' or

'Mora na maidine duit'
Maidin Mhaith

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∙ 12y ago
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∙ 11y ago

as a greeting: "Dia dhuit ar maidin" or "Móra na maidine dhuit".

Taking your leave, 'Lá maith agat'

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∙ 9y ago

Irish Gaelic: "Dia dhuit ar maidin." (good morning)

Dia dhuit ar maidin (to one person); Dia dhaoibh ar maidin (to more than one).

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∙ 12y ago

As a greeting it would be

Dia dhuit!

(if taking leave)

Lá maith agat!

These sentences are used when addressing one person.

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∙ 10y ago

Dia dhuit ar maidin;

Mora duit ar maidin;

Mora na maidine duit.

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∙ 13y ago

"In the morning" in Irish would be "ar maidin".

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∙ 14y ago

jee-a gwitch air mawjin =

(Dia dhuit ar maidin) or (Maidin maith)

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∙ 9y ago

Dia duit ar maidin.

Mora na maidine duit.

Mora duit (ar maidin)

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∙ 14y ago

Dia dhaoibh ar maidin a chairde

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