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  5. "Nílim go maith táim go dona."

"Nílim go maith táim go dona."

Translation:I'm not well I'm bad.

September 10, 2014



In English, there would be a semicolon between the two clauses. Is that not done in Irish, or is that just a typo?


Typo. Well I've never seen a semicolon used in Irish but commas definitely.


Can dona mean bad as in "unwell" but also bad like a super-villain is bad. Or perhaps bad to the bone? Or " she only likes to date bad-boys." Can it mean all these things? :)

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