"We meet with you."
In the same way that le tú becomes leat, le tusa becomes leatsa.
buailimid leatsa should be accepted.
Connacht is the best tbh. It's more interesting to me. For example sometimes 'n' before 'a' turns into 'r'. That's why I use 'bwil' pronounciation. Besides I want to go live in Galway.
Are you interested in providing a written demonstration of how you pronounce the word? Thanks!
Since I’m not a native Irish speaker, I’m not sure what my pronunciation of buail would clarify (it would probably be closest to the Munster pronunciation at teanglann.ie — “boo el”, sort of a cross between “boule” and “fuel”). Your initial comment read as though you’d had a particular pronunciation in mind that was shorter than the Munster pronunciation and longer than the Connacht pronunciation, which is why I was wondering what pronunciation you’d had in mind.