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Well, the spelling is so bad that I'm not sure exactly what you're trying to say. It looks like you meant to type this: Tá dó Gaeilge go h'iontach mo cailín agus a ???? mór ar fheabhas. There is no such word I've ever heard of as 'cioca' in Gaeilge (Irish), and I can't tell what the word should be. Can you clarify? In the meantime, I can answer part of it. (My Irish is terrible, so hopefully someone else will correct me if I'm wrong...) Gaeilge is wonderfully useful for my girl and her excellent big ???

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Q: What does Ta do gaeilge go hinotech mo cailin agus a cioca mor ar fheabhas tranlate to in English from Gaelic?
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