I've just noticed the typo in this sentence - will fix it.
It’s still not fixed as of 2015-06-07 (eight months after your post).
What was/is the typo? Is it fixed now? I cannot find any in the sentence.
I don’t remember what the typo was — perhaps gaoth wasn’t lenited following an ? — but it’s fixed as of 2016-04-17.
Sorry that I have to ask, but ... What is the typo and could someone please give the correct sentence here in the comment section? Or has it been fixed in the meantime?
In English we always say "North-west" or "South-east" and not "East-south". Does Irish have this standard (but reversed) where "aniar" would come before "aduaidh" or "aneas" always?
If you look here you'll see it's true.
Also Irish directions are fun.
Ahh! That directional compass http://www.nualeargais.ie/gnag/adverb.htm#richt is exactly what I was looking for! Go raibh míle maith agat!
Still not fixed (2015-06-22)