Question by  mariposaman (34)

What are some common Irish phrases?

Not American stuff but common phrases actually said in Ireland.


Answer by  kiir0 (27)

Some Irish phrases that is commonly used in Irish are like "Dia Duit" and "Cad is ainm duit?" correspondingly means "hello" and "what is your name?" If someone ask, "An maith leat beoir?" then u'll answer "is maith liom" in which someone is asking do you like beers? and yes you like it.


Answer by  Padrino (66)

Some of the most spoken phrases are: God invented whiskey to keep the Irish from ruling the world; Here's to our wives and girlfriends: May they never meet; God is good to the Irish, but no one else is, not even the Irish. There are also: Bail ó Dhia ort wich mean: The blessing of God on you.


Answer by  subodh860yahoocom (19)

1. `Ní tír gan teanga' 2. Is fear rith maith ná drochsheasamh. 3. Go mbeannaí Dia duit 4. Níl aon tintéan mar do thintéan féin 5. Fillean meal ar an meallaire. 6. Ná bac le mac an bhacaigh is ní bacfaidh mac an bhacaigh leat.


Answer by  Nouman (9)

Dia dhuit Meaning hello fáilte meaning welcome slán meaning good-bye go raibh maith agat meaning thank u Sea meaning yes,Ní hea meaning no

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