Irish: f-yunn (N & W) f-yoon (S) Scottish:
Scottish Gaelic: 'seanag' Irish Gaelic: 'mamó' Manx Gaelic: mummig vooar, mwarree Welsh: mam-gu (south) nain (north) Breton: mamm-gozh Cornish: mamm wynn/dama wynn dama wydn (f, RLC), dama wydn (f, RLC),
In Irish: cneasaí or fear leighis (m) and bean leighis (f).
Scottish Gaelic is:fear air chàrn (m)fògarrach (m)duine fon choill (m/f)Irish ('Gaelic') is:eisreachtaíceithearnach coillemeirleach
Irish Gaelic: béar/mathghamhain Scottish Gaelic: mathan Manx Gaelic: maghouin Welsh: arth Cornish: ors Breton: arzh The proto-Celtic word for bear is Artos. It is considered one possible root for the name Arthur.
It depends on your definition of "Irish": if you mean of Gaelic Catholic Irish then it would be John F. Kennedy. If you choose to include the "Ulster Scots" ("Scotch-Irish") as "Irish" then the answer is Andrew Jackson.
F*** is word word that scolds other people private part(s).
Entschuldigung (f ) is a German word meaning an excuse or an apology.
The word is flail.