Re: Irish Gaelic Translation
Can anyone tell me how to pronounce "ta gra agam ort" in Irish Gaelic? Its supposed to mean "I love you". If the translation is wrong, could you tell me how to say "I love you"? Thank you!
To pronounce the above correctly, say it like this:
Ta - say "Taw" (rhyming with "law")
Gra - say "graw" (again rhyming with "law")
agam - say o-gum (short "o" like in "hot")
ort - say "urt" (rhyming with "hurt")
If you've fallen for a paddy and want to marry him/her, then ask him as follows:
"Would you like to put your name under mine in the cheque-book?"
or (my favourite)
"How would you like to be buried with my people?"