The translation of "welcome to science in Irish" is Failte go Eolaiocht :)
fáilte (approx. fallt-ye)
In Irish Gaelic Fáilte abhaile,
You're welcome = Tá fáilte romhat.
Failte is the Gaelic word for welcomeAnother answer:In Irish: FÃ¡ilte; in Scots Gaelic: FÃ ilte
"Tá fáilte romhaibh."
English to Irish translationfáilte roimh Galloway's Pub
Fáilte chuig d'fheirm
The Irish is Fáilte and the Scottish is fàilte.
Scots Gaelic: FàilteIrish Gaelic: FáilteBoth pronounced fall-cheh.
"na fáilte" means "of the welcome" "shere" isn't an Irish word.
The Irish (Gaelic) for 'welcome' is Fáilte.The Scottish Gaelic for 'welcome' is: - FàilteThe word [Fàilte] is pronounced in sources and related links below▾
Tá fáilte roimh na daoine maithe
Welcome, as in BORD FÁILTE, the Irish Tourist Board.
Fáilte chuig ár dtealach!
'You are welcome' (to one person).
FÃ¡ilte. It is pronounced Fall Cha.
To one person: Tá fáilte romhat.
Fáilte go dtí an ghiomnáisiam
FÃ¡ilte. It is pronounced "fall cha".
Irish can speak English. So you can stick with that is you want to.
Welcome to Claddagh. "Claddagh' is not spelled in Irish. It comes from the Irish cladach, shore.
In Irish it's "Fáilte ar ais"
Scots Gaelic: Fàilte Irish Gaelic: Fáilte