The Irish are infamous for poaching the nobilities estates. When the Irish wore green it was to hard to see them.
Gardener? They have green thumbs.
Green. The Irish speak English...
Boston is an Irish city, the color of the Irish is green
No, Irish people don't have green blood. We're Irish people, not leprechauns. This is coming from an Irish person.
The regular, average green
Banríon (sort of like 'banreen')
It means that your fingers are green. A green thumb, on the other hand means that you are a talented gardener.
Yes, I'm a green eyed person of Irish desent.
Green appears once on the Irish flag, so there is only one shade of green on it.
Green is the main colour associated with Ireland. The Irish flag is green, white and orange.
you in green tights you in green tights
the Irish for green is "glas"
Gardener, groundsman, golfer, green grocer, guard...
There is no direct translation of Reyna into Irish. The name Reyna is a variant of the name Reina, meaning "queen" in Spanish. However, the Irish names Riona and Saorla both mean "queen" or "queenly" in Irish.
The irish flag is green, white, and orange.
No. The Irish flag is green, white and orange.
The Irish flag is green white and orange. It is not green, white and gold as some people think and even refer to it as.
Green, because the Irish color is Green, of course.
the colours of the Irish flag are green, white and orange
In Irish it's "banríon"