"trócaire mo chroí" means "mercy of my heart"
My heart (mo chroí) by (ag) with you (leat) my love (mo ghrá)
"pulse of my heart" an Irish language phrase of endearment.It should be spelled cuisle mo chroÃ­ (accute accent on final i).
Ceoil - Grá mo chroi
Its used in many its a common term of endearment a chuisle mo chroí
Trocaire was founded by Bishops.
The sentence should read "I gcÃ³naÃ­ i mo chroÃ­ a mhÃ¡thair"(ih gÃ³-nee muh khree waw-hir)
is Trocaire a volunteer orginization
Trocaire College was created in 1958.
A stor, (with a fada on the 'o'), a stoirin (with a fada on the second 'i'), a mhuirnin (with a fada on the last 'i'), a thaisce, a ghra (with a fada on the 'a') geal mo chroi (with a fada on the 'i')
I have never heard the actual...love you but you can say A' stor mo chroi, which means .....darling of my heart. or Mo ru"n which is my secret love. Tha gaol agam ort ... is I love you. It is pronounced ha geul ackum orsht. Hope that helps.