Good morning, etc
Hi Just wondered - in English we have four times of day - good morning, good afternoon, good evening, and good night.
In this course, the Gaelic only seems to have three choices - madainn, feasgar, and oidhche.
What times do these span?
Hey feasgar math can mean both good afternoon and good evening. Oidhche mhath is quite rarely used as a greeting nowadays. Feasgar math can be either a greeting or a parting. It’s hard to give an exact time of when people would say “oidhche” due to the massive seasonal variations in daylight.