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"Deagh mhadainn."

Translation:A good morning.

February 11, 2020



When would you use deagh vs math/mhath? For instance, I believe you can say "'S e deagh mhadainn a th' ann" and also "'S e madainn mhath a th' ann" (can't you?). Is it about emphasis/personal preference/something else?


madainn mhath vs. deagh mhadainn: are these different because the former is a greeting or wish expressed to someone and the latter just a description of the morning?


Same question for me...

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