Not to be prurient, but since the allusion has already been made...would this in fact be the expression used in a sexual context, or would it refer only to a more mundane physical destination?
From the Foclóir entry, I'd say the innuendo also works in Irish.
I haven't seen a third person plural synthetic form (tagaid) before. Is it unique to tagann, or only extant for a group of high-frequency verbs, or a general pattern?
It's not unique to tar. Nowadays it's primarily a feature of Munster Irish, which makes more extensive use of synthetic forms. You can see more examples at Réimnigh.
No, this is a form not used much nowadays. The same for tagair = tagan tu.
Ok whats with the glitch my answer was marked wrong but it was exactly the same as their correction
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Is is the abreviated form of agus and should be accepted.
I am told I have a typo in spite the fact that I didn't type anything. I just chose from their words
Wtf...five times i have the same answer as the one that you silly program says is right.....how in the world am i supposed to fix that?oh i know.... delete my account