"M'uaireadóir agus mo chlog."
Translation:My watch and my clock.
I wish we could have etymologies to help us remember really weird looking words like uaireadór! I'm going to have to remember it as a toreador running around with a watch on.
It's uaire (time/hour) and adóir, a suffix meaning "person/thing that does a thing."
Okay, that's awesome! You should be working for these guys. (Unless you already are, of course. In which case, still awesome.)
Have an ingot!
can "uaireadóir" also mean like "Ni ar m'uaireadóir" or is it just the jewlery kind of watch