"welcome in" is "fáilte isteach", "come in" is "tar
isteach" (to one person)
Johnson is not an Irish name. This is not to say there are not Johnsons with Irish ancestry. So no Irish county is associated with the name Johnson.
In Irish you can say "tar i leith" or "gabh i leith".
Seo leat a mhamaí / Siúil leat a mhamaí
'He comes from Cork.' Is ó Chorcaigh dhó. Is as Corcaigh dhó.
In Irish it's "Is ón taobh istigh a thig mo sciatháin"
Ar mhaith leat teacht go dtí mo theach?
how do you say my country in irish
To say my lady in the Irish language, say: mo bhean
How do you say "for four days " in irish?
The way to say egg in Irish is ubh
I am truly Irish and I think that people say "the luck of the Irish" because , they are either Irish or they believe in luck!
The Modern Irish is 'anam'. What is 'ancient Irish'? Old Irish?
No Irish form.
Caitríona in Irish.
No Irish version.
"Irish" is not a language
"luckily in Irish"
Rí na nÉireannach (king of the Irish)
Irish immigrants have come from all parts of Ireland. For hundreds of years Irish people have left Ireland and gone to other countries around the world. There are now millions of people all around the world that are Irish or have Irish ancestry.
Julie has no translation in Irish.
irish isn't a language
Tiffany; it has no Irish version.
"Mountain' in Irish is sliabh.
It is pálás in Irish.
"Successful" in Irish is "rathúil."
It is dromadóir in the Irish language.
An Iodáil is Italy in Irish.
Veronica. (i'm irish.)
Cantrell has no Irish translation.
The Irish for quiet is "ciúin".
Irish is not a language
Appleby has no Irish translation.
Boat in Irish is bád.
the Irish for brown is "donn"
Calendar is irish is féilire.
TeleCom Éireann (?)
Irish strawberry cake from Ireland
Bláithín Éireannach in IRISH Gaelic.
'Mogul' is not an Irish word so it has no meaning in Irish. The answer to 'How do you say mogul in Irish?' is mogal.
Irish son would be 'mac Éireannach' in the Irish language.
sneachta is how you would say snow in Irish Gaelic
when you come.....to the place nuair a téann tú.........go dtí an áit. pronounced ( nur a taynn tu.......gu di on awtch) i have come/i'm here táím anseo. pronounced (tawi-m onshu)
The Irish word for 'cat' is cat.
In Irish: Slán [slawn]
The word for 'poet' in Irish is 'file'.