tà a làn bron orm mar tù nach anseo - literally translated means, i have a lot of sadness because you're not here....i could b wrong!
Alba, pronounced as 'allapa' is the Scottish Gaelic. Since we get a lot of question on this site from Americans and others who refer to Irish as 'Gaelic', it is necessary to say the Irish Gaelic is Albain.
Taitníonn tú go mór liom. (Irish)Scots Gaelic (?)
In Irish it's "sin uile"
bhí a lán oibre le déanamh
Irish people play a lot of sports including soccer, basketball, rugby, golf, snooker, tennis etc. There are sports which are Irish/Gaelic that are played. These include Gaelic football, hurling and camogie. People who play these games are usually members of a GAA(Gaelic Athletic Association) club.
Alba, pronounced as 'all-apa' is the (Scottish) Gaelic.Since we get a lot of question on this site from Americans and others who refer to Irish as 'Gaelic', it is necessary to say the Irish (Gaelic) is Albain.
You got lucky!
Nuair a chonaic tú é bhí a fhios agat go raibh a lán oibre le déanamh
"Gaelic" one of the two branches of the Celtic language group (Goidelic) which includes the native (non-English) languages of Highland Scotland, Ireland and the Isle of Man. It also refers to the cultures of those lands.
In terms of Gaelic Football and Hurling, there are a lot of things that are very strongly associated with the nationalist community in Ireland, that would go down well with the unionist community. The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) was set up in 1884 to promote Gaelic sports and culture. Many Gaelic Football and Hurling clubs are named after people who would have been involved in rebellions and would be seen as heroes in much of Ireland. The Irish national anthem is played at Gaelic Football and Hurling matches. The Irish flag flies at matches. There is a strong emphasis on the Irish language and many other aspects of Irish culture. While the actual games of Gaelic Football and Hurling are good as sports, it is the other aspects that have been mentioned that are associated with Gaelic games which would make them difficult to be accepted by the unionist community.
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