One of the more sinister sounding phrases...
Highland Mafia on the warpath ...
Totally had the same thought. Sounds like something your bookie would say.
Does this have an idiomatic meaning like in English? "You have two days (to do/finish something)"?
I suppose so.
I notice that 'dà' lenites in some cases (dà chat) but not here - what is the exception as 'latha' does not start with a vowel?
I think you just can't lenite l, as well as some other consonants
Thanks - I came across that rule a little later on. Appreciate your input tho!
'Magic of Lenition' from one of the tips sections:
Singular feminine nouns usually cause this lenition (in writing) in adjectives starting with the consonants:
B, C, D, F, G, M, P, S, and T
...but not in those beginning with:
L, N, R, SG, SM, SP, ST, and vowels.