Translation:Ann am Peairt.
am is used before labial consonants (b, p, m, f), an before the others. It’s similar to how in- changes in English into im- in imperfect (and not
inperfect). But in Gaelic f counts as a labial consonant, while in English it doesn’t (so English has infrequent and not imfrequent, but in Gaelic it’s still am fìon the wine).