Just a few minutes ago, bacon only had one fada. Now it has two. I'm confused.
Every other source I've consulted spells it "bagún".
Same issue here.
Same here. Can somebody explain?
Wish they'd make their minds up on that one.
I think it's "bagún" when singular (i.e. me/he/she) and "bágún" when plural (i.e. you/they/the women/the men)
according to http://www.focloir.ie/en/dictionary/ei/bacon, 'bagún' only has one fada?
It seems the Swedish course is a lot healthier than the Irish one. :P
according to http://www.focloir.ie/en/dictionary/ei/bacon, 'bagún' only has a fada on the 'u'.
What does is maith leat literally mean? I really wish there were explinations for all these multiword words
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is = is, maith = good, leat = with you