I am from the Southwestern US, and "Nuadh" sounds like "new-ag" to me. Is this correct?
From what I can work out, the "d" and "dh" can make a variety of sounds, including "d", "j", "dj", "g" and "y", depending on dialect/accent/word/neighbouring vowels/lenition/phase of the moon/blood alcohol level.
Yes, that’s right, and it doesn’t matter where you’re from— it sounds that way to everyone.
The letters dh sound like “gh” before or after a, o, and u. dh sounds like /y/ before e and i, and like “ee” after i or ai, as in Tioraidh!
I do! We were there a few years ago for three weeks. A fantastic place.
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