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One Answer:Da Mi Basia Mille is not Gaelic it is Latin. Previous Answer:I don't know the exact translation that you are looking for but this one might be helpful:

"Then let amorous kisses dwell

On our lips, begin and tell

A Thousand and a Hundred score

A Hundred, and a Thousand more."

The Gaelic is Da Mi Basia Mille . It is from the book Outlander by Diana Gabaldon.

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15y ago

no,its not correct ,you have to say:tha gràdh mòr agam ort(-sa) that is the form of total improvement!

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14y ago

Beidh grá agam duit go deo pronounced bay graw oggum ditch guh joe

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9y ago

Tha mise maille ribh a-ghnàth'

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14y ago

In Irish it's "grá i gconaí"

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14y ago

Mo ghaol ort gu brath

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