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"I am a butcher."

Translation:'S e feòladair a th' annam.

May 7, 2020



I have never heard this word used in real life. A Google search for both feòladair and bùidsear showed that bùidsear is almost 14 times more common. I know it is nice to avoid English words, and it is possible that feòileadair is used in some places, but I think in general we should be taught the usual word for things.

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