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Dia dhuit (Dia duit in Ulster) doesn't have a 'w' sound altho it may sound like it in quick speech. It's more like a 'short-u' glide rather than 'w'. In Munster it would sound like 'deea gh(u)it' but in Connacht more like 'd'yeea gh(u)itch'.

It's regarded as quite formal nowadays. (2k3r021)

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In different parts of Ireland the pronunciation may vary. Generally it is pronounced, "Deea gwit". The a is a soft a, so pronounced like the a in tramp, rather than in tray.

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