I put Meath and was marked right. :)
What does capitalization change? Is Meath / An Mhí a proper noun?
Meath is a county.
derives from old Irish An Mídhe meaning The Middle. this refers to Meath as an ancient province/kingdom, covering most of the midlands. provinces are still referred to as cúigí or "fifths"
I got this right but as a Meath man it felt wrong.
feminine noun aspirated in the definite singular nominative case?
Not aspirated, lenited -- i.e. weakened, in this case from a bilabial to a labiodental.
Are there any bilabial fricatives in Irish? specifically, are both 'bh' and 'mh' labiodental when pronounced more like a 'v' than a 'w,' or are/were they ever bilabial?
Not according to the IPA charts on abair.ie (Make sure that "transcription" is selected on the right, enter some text and click on "synthesise" to see a link to the IPA charts).
It requests that I translate to English. I am not aware that 'meath' is the English answer
It's her time of an mhí, amiright?