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In Irish it's "grásta amháin"

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trí dheonú Dé = by the grace of God. (Irish Gaelic). Scottish Gaelic: ?

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In Irish:

Ach grásta Dé (but for the grace of God)

Trí dheonú Dé ( by the grace of God.)

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[tree yónu dae]

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Glóir do Dhia.

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trí dheonú Dé......

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"Tá Dia ceansa"

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grásta

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