'A happy birthday',
Lá breithe sona dhuit (A happy birthday to you) in Irish Gaelic.
"breithlá sona álainn" means "a lovely happy birthday"
Irish (Gaelic): Lá breithe sona, a Anna!Scottish Gaelic: '(Co) là breith sona dhut, a Anna!'or 'Ceann-bliadhna sona dhut, a Anna!'
(Co) Là breith sona dhut, a Bobby, or Ceann-bliadhna sona dhut, a Bobby.
In Irish:ComhgÃ¡irdeas bhur gceiliÃºradh (plural)ComhgÃ¡irdeas do cheiliÃºradh (singular)In Scottish Gaelic: Cuirm Bhliadhnail SonaBe aware that 'Gaelic' is actually two separate languages: Scottish Gaelic (called 'Gaelic' in Scotland) and Irish Gaelic (called 'Irish' in Ireland).
Welsh: Penblwydd Hapus!Breton: Deiz ha bloaz laouen! or Kalz a vloavezhioù all!Cornish: Penn-bloedh Lowen!Irish Gaelic: Breithlá sona duit! or Lá breithe sona duit!Manx Gaelic: Laa-ruggyree sonney dhyt!Scottish Gaelic: Co-là breith sona dhut! (informal)or Co-là breith sona dhuibh! (formal)
The Crest of The Clan Chief
Ceann was created in 2000.
The population of Ceann Ear is 0.
Ceann Iar's population is 0.
Ailbhe of Ceann Mhara died in 814.
The area of Ceann Ear is 2,310,000.0 square meters.
The area of Ceann Iar is 1,540,000.0 square meters.