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What is the Gaelic for love?

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2012-10-05 12:28:48
2012-10-05 12:28:48

In Irish: grá

In Scottish Gaelic: gaol
Irish is grá; Scottish is gaol

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(Irish Gaelic) Tá grá againn duit.


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