I'm not getting why this is "a Bheathag" but "Go away Fergus" doesn't have the "a". Can anyone explain?
It’s because names starting with an F are special (seriously, it’s in the notes, I promise!). A name starting with F then a vowel doesn’t get the “a “ but it follows the other “h” and “i” rules.
Is this true for names starting with a vowel too? E.g. "Thalla Iain"