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  5. "Tá m' fhear céile foirfe."

" m' fhear céile foirfe."

Translation:My husband is perfect.

September 5, 2014

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For those like me who wondered why the "mo" turns into "m' " here, I looked back at my notes before thinking about asking and remembered they say in the "Tips" section of "Possessives" that "Before words starting with fh + a vowel, mo and do are abbreviated to m' and d', with no space before the next word." Just in case someone wondered and decided to check out the discussion ;)

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