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> Irish Gaelic In The Secret Of Roan Inish, What's he saying?
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WizardofOwls 
Posted: 03-Oct-2005, 06:24 PM
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Tapadh leat, a ghridh!
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Now I won't have to wonder anymore!


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Posted: 04-Oct-2005, 11:09 AM
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The middle section is an insult of some form, that was the closest I could get to the translation, but it's fitting.


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Posted: 03-Dec-2005, 08:29 AM
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I would translate it exactly the same waqy - and so would my Irish friend Mairtinn O' Deabheanaigh too!


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Tha gach uile dhuine air a bhreth saor agus co-ionnan ann an urram 's ann an cirichean. Tha iad air am breth le reusan is le cogais agus mar sin bu chir dhaibh a bhith be nam measg fhein ann an spiorad brthaireil

If you think you can hold me down
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Posted: 12-Jan-2011, 04:29 PM
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Delighted to find this thread!
I came across this site while searching, not for gaelic profanities but for a song.

I had the video of Roan Inish as a bairn and loved it; I still sing to myself the lullabye that's played when Fionagh falls asleep and dreams of her mother. Does anybody know where I could find this song, or what the lyrics of it are?

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