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The Irish word for 'brown' is 'donn' which is pronounced like 'down' in Co. Galway.
There are three major dialects in Irish often differing in pronunciation.

The (Scottish) Gaelic is also 'donn'. Not sure about pronunciation.

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Tá gruaig dhonn ort

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Tá súile dhonna agam

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Gruaig fhionn

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