Gearoid Towey was born in 1977.
The name Gearoid is the Irish/Gailge version of Gerard. To say Gearoid it is pronounced Gar-owed, or Gah-road which ever works for you. Slan leat. The G is a hard G like in Gareth or Grover.
Irish musician and author.
Gearoid Crookes has written: 'Dublin's eye & ear' -- subject(s): History, Ophthalmic and aural Hospitals, Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital (Dublin, Ireland)
The cast of The Lucy Kennedy Show - 2008 includes: Gearoid Farrelly as Himelf
The cast of Meet Your Neighbours - 2011 includes: James Akpotor as Seamus Gearoid Farrelly as Conjoined twin Eoin Whelan as Pascal
The cast of Through the Broken Window - 2013 includes: Roderic Byrnes as Brendan Dana Cubrilo as Sammy Amber McMahon as Viola Gearoid Towey as Father
Mary Ann Lyons has written: 'Strangers to citizens' -- subject(s): Emigration and immigration, History, Irish 'Gearoid Og Fitzgerald (Life and times series / Historical Association of Ireland)'
The android market has a number of good emulators, including fpse (playstation). The slide.me market has all the -droid emulators (gearoid, gameboid, psx4droid, etc.) There are some other emulators too, like a great N64 one by paulscode. You will need to google for this.
The cast of Return to Florence - 2006 includes: Joelle Brunet as herself Serena Eastland as herself Emma Elliot as herself Glenn Haybittle as himself Gearoid Hayes as himself Fipsi Seilern as herself
Answer:Fuath is 'hate/hatred'. Fuath agus grÃ¡in is 'hatred and abhorrence'. 'I hate it' would be Is fuath liom Ã©. (2k3r021)Previous answer:AS you may know Irish is a complex language and so many questions have to be answered with another . I.e , in what context are you using the word? If you gave a sentence that you were using it in I would happily answer you.The short answer to your question ishate = (verb ) fuathaigh hate = (verb ) grÃ¡inigh hate = (noun) fuathhate =(noun) grÃ¡inFuath and GrÃ¡in are mostly interchangable so you could choose one or the other and get the same meaning. As I warned its a complex language and you wouldn't just take the verb and change it for tense. In fact the literal translation of saying you hate something or someone is to say ' I have hate on .....( Subject )If you have a precise phrase you would like translated post it here and I will translate it for you .Is miseGearoid
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GIRLS:Carsondylannalexzcamerynnaustynnalexia gracetorranceHaleighnoellenanidemiAl'LenaTayylrShylohspyrahCharlloteBellelitaBethBOYS:tygermadoxxleontyelerCute Girl Name: Ebyon RoseGirlsCÃ¡itriona. "Katrina".Aoibheann. "eve+een".Fionnuala. "fin+noo+la".Saoirse. "sear+sha" (means freedom in Irish).Niamh. "kneev".GrÃ¡inne. "grawn+yeh".Sinead. "shin+nayd".Ã“rlaith. "orla".Eimear. "ee+mer".Aoife. "ee+fa".Bronagh. "broh+na".Caoimhe. "keeva".Aodheen. "aid+een".SiÃ¡n. "shan".Daimhin. "dawveen".BOYS:Eamon. "aim+an".MiceÃ¡l. "mee+haul".Darragh. "darah".Gearoid. "gar+rid".Fionn. "Finn".OisÃ­n. "osh+een".OdhrÃ¡n. "oran".Tadhg. "tyeg" (like the first sylable of "tiger").Padraig. "paw+drig".Fearghal. "fer+gul".Caolan. "kee+lan".TÃ­arnach. "teer+nack".Cormac. "corm+ack".Reilly. "rye+lee."Donobhain. "donovan".All are Irish, hence the spellings =DThere are hundreds if not thousands of alternatives. Many variants would count as unique names, although their root/core names may be common. One way of finding more unique names is by checking out the popularity rankings in the USA /other parts of the world. Those that rank in the top 1000 in the USA would be considered popular, and therefore, common. Quickbabynames.com has as useful feature - at the bottom of every name page (eg. the page with information on the name "Michael"), there's a suggestion of unique names starting with the same alphabet - ie - "M" names for boys such as "Marton", " Merwine" etc...for a girls, my name is Jezebella i get compliments on it all the time. i love the name because it is so unique (also jezebel)