I am a little confused. Is there a difference between his an her because I put where is his brick and I got it wrong
a lenites when it means his, does nothing (but prefixes h to a vowel) when meaning 'hers', and eclipses when meaning 'their'
a bhríce - his brick
a bríce - her brick
a mbríce - their brick
Oh okay. Go raibh maith agat
I already forgot the eclipsis on "their". Not many examples for that one so far. Thanks for the reminder.
Woah, dude, my real name is Bryce, could I just go by Bríce in Irish?
Bríce doesn't sound anything like Bryce (unless you have a fairly unique pronunciation of that name).
To create an Irish word that sounds like "Bryce", your best bet would be Braghas.
(See praghas and saghas).