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    say good luck in gaelic

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    Found it!!!>>>Adh mor ort (awn-more-oert): "Good luck to you!" and "Luck to you!"
    Go n-éirí an t-ádh leat (Guh n'ayr'ee an tah leath): "May luck rise to you!"
    Go gcuire Dia an t-ádh ort (Guh gir'uh d'eeuh uhn tah ort): This phrase is used to mean "Best of luck to you!" but translates to "May God put luck on you!"
    Go n-éirí an bóthar leat (guh n'ayr'ee uhn boehuhr l'aet): "May the road succeed with you!"
    Out of these four phrases, the first one is the most common one for bestowing a simple feeling of good luck upon someone. There are more colorful phrases in Irish Gaelic that are close to wishes of good luck but not necessarily statements of good luck. The following are examples of common expressions that convey blessings to others in a conversation.


    Sláinte (slawn-Cha): "Good health to you!"
    Slán agus beannacht leat (slawn ogg-us ban-ocked lyat): "Goodbye and blessings with you!"


    To learn more about Irish Gaelic and the Goidelic Branch of the Celtic languages, read Gaelic vs. Goidelic vs. Gaeilge: What's in a name? or visit the Irish independent's free language course page by Liam O Maonlai.>>>http://www.brighthub.com/education/languages/articles/69998.aspx



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