It is an old Irish saying for "Good Morning," but it usually means the Top of The Morning is dawn. (The actual saying was Top o' the mornin'- an Irish accent.)To which you should reply... and the balance of the day to you!
"Top of the morning to you" is an Irish saying that means " I wish the best of the morning to you." or to have a good morning. The proper response would be "and the rest of the day to you".
The phrase top of the morning to you is an old fashion way of saying good morning. If someone says this, you would simply reply good morning.
Top of the morning to you!
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It is another way to say "good morning," often associated with the Irish. When you wish someone the "Top of the Morning," you are wishing them the best part of the morning. To which they should reply, "and the balance of the day to you." This is wishing you a good rest of the day.
Very simply it means A very good morning to you.
The expression 'top of the morning' is just another way to say 'good morning'.
And the rest of the day to yourself
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It is a simple explanation really: at the top of the morning the sun has reached it's highest point and so is at it's warmest; the greeting "top of the morning" is used to convey "a warm" greeting.I am afraid I have to disagree "Top of the morning "is not Irish in origin its HollywoodI am in my fifties born bred and as we say back home butter in Ireland.I have never heard the expression used , I also checked with my father who is 87 years young he never heard it used either. If you did use it over there they would be laughing for days its simply not used.
The moment you wake up in the morning!
Australians simply say "good morning".
yes ,of course it is
The duration of Top o' the Morning - film - is 1.67 hours.
When spoken with an Irish accent, it generally sounds like Top o' ta Mornin ta ya. But the prase itself is top of the morning to you.
No it is not correct usage. Dawn is already referring to morning therefore you are saying morning twice. Stick with just dawn or just morning.
Because morning isn't a thing lol, you can't be "in" it. You could try saying "during this particular morning" also.
Top of the morning to you!
the answer to this is easy. it is not a true saying because the grass can be dry in morning alot and it wont rain.
You don't! - - no one in Ireland ever says "Top of the morning to you" and wouldn't know what to say if you said it to them
What do you Mean? The first few weeks? You can but usually eating is not top on the list with morning sickness.
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