"Tìoraidh m' eudail."
Translation:Bye, my darling.
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The reason, as I understand it, is because m' eudail is not one word, it is two words. M' is a short form of mo (my), eudail is darling. Mo is shortened in order to avoid having two vowels collide, creating VCM (Vowel Critical Mass) and blowing the whole sentence out the window. 8~)