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    This combination of sweet ("lovely, charming, delightful") c. 1290 and heart (as … I have no idea what they’re doing with the book…if they’re still marketing it, or even if they’re doing much in terms of maintaining the forum (sadly, the forum pretty much fell apart a little less than a year ago, and I’m no longer involved with it). I’ve seen several references to the Irish Language Learners Facebook page in responses above, and I have to say I don’t recommend it. Or, love and attraction comes naturally to people who are meant to be together. I know it might be upsetting because it is not translated correctly, but if there is no translation for it, at least it is perhaps keeping Gaelic alive, and gives some sort of connection to our heritage. A term of endearment for people who are silly, or a bit of an idiot. It’s like saying the person is part of what keeps you alive. B: What was he at? This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. A: He locked himself out and he was trying to get through the window. I am looking to get my Celtic tattoo to honor my family background as I am 2nd gen Irish on my mothers side and 4th gen Irish on my fathers side. Hi Angela. Terms of endearment are often romantic, but they can also be used in non-romantic situations. And not eliding the “mo” to “m'” is just plain wrong. In Lakota, it is implied when a prayer ends on ‘all my relations.’ [Not ‘all my relatives’] Like kin of the heart.. Handcrafted Irish Jewelry, Inspired by the Past. I’m afraid I have no control over it. The only way to solve the troubles of being in love is to marry someone. When Americans say “soulmate” they usually mean a romantic partner…someone with whom they are fated to be. In Britain, you’ll often find terms of endearment used casually among strangers – the guy that works in the newsagent, the woman who works in the baker shop, or the taxi driver taking you to the station – it may surprise you, but they’ll often use terms of endearment as a kind of casual, friendly greeting – it doesn’t mean they’re in love with you, they’re just trying to be nice! /tau grau AH-gum dit/ I’m in love with you. Indeed, since the dawn of time, the Irish have managed to invent our very own slang words and phrases to unleash on all unfamiliar with the lingo! Example: A: Timmy fell through the roof last night. Endearments for lovers and friends. Sweetheart. He is an actor, known for Terms of Endearment (1983), Misunderstood (1984) and Konrad (1985). “Aye I took her out for dinner on Saturday. A more uplifting one is ‘Exile’, again by an anonymous author although it does date from sometime during the 7th to 12th centuries. How to say endearment in Irish. Mo Ghrá (pronounced ‘graw’): Means ‘my love’, for relationships that are that little bit more serious! I came here just for the translation of my sweet baboo. Irish is the same way. Anamchara is traditionally used to refer to one’s confessor or spiritual advisor. Copyright © 2021 Bitesize Irish Gaelic Ltd. I wanted to know how to say “Little Sister” and “Big Sister” my sister and I wanted to get that as our first tattoos. What terms of endearment are used (male and female) for friends, acquaintances, and family members (love, sweetheart, honey, chap, mate, dude, chica, etc.)? We have several jewelry items engraved with “Mo Anam Cara” which we thought was translated as “my soulmate.” Many of our items are sourced from Ireland, so I’m surprised to learn the phrase is considered “pure nonsense.”. Research for a Book, I need some Irish terms of endearment! Your wedding ring says “My Soul of a Friend,” and that’s all it can possibly say. I been stumbling around on the internet reading about the history of the goidelic dialects. Any one know the proper way to say this? Browse the collection here on our Claddagh Design Online Shop. The pieces themselves a(...), The anam cara pendant is perfect. There is no country in which the phases of good-will and affection are so strong as in Ireland. It’s a unique and very romantic language. “Cha robh dithis riamh a’ fadadh teine nach do las eatarra”. Scottish Gaelic words that used with partners, children and other loved ones. I love you. dearfach. Irish Translation. We use many of these Irish terms of endearment on our handcrafted Handcrafted Irish Jewelry here at Claddagh Design. Endearments for children and babies. The first thing we ask someone with such a request is “do you want it to sound as if you were talking TO the person or ABOUT the person?” It doesn’t matter in English, but it matters hugely in Irish. When you hear an Irish local saying that you are going in arseways, it means you are going in the wrong direction (A person’s arse can be found behind). This implies sobornost. All state literature and ceremonies are conducted in both Irish and English, and the national anthem is in Irish too. I work for a company that sells Irish products and gifts via catalog and Internet. These would mostly be from a man to a woman, but woman referring to a man would help too. Sweetie Pie. I have character from the Wexford area and the story is based in the early 1980s. Saved from omniglot.com. If items begin to sell with the correct spelling, I will buy them. The poem is again by an anonymous author but dates from the 9th to 12th centuries. Stór is the Irish word for my love/my darling so by adding the een onto the end it becomes my little darling. For example, ask on “Irish language learners” Facebook group with an image of what you’re thinking of getting. The Irish language has many different ways to say the same thing. Black Stuff. Though, to be perfectly honest, these terms wouldn’t come naturally to native speakers, and are condemned by some as “Béarlachas” (Anglicisms). To help Irish people better understand our own slang, and to educate anyone from abroad in need of an Irish dictionary, we've compiled all the words to call some stupid that we could think of and ranked them in order of their offensiveness. I’ve seen those rings and pendants (a lot of people sell them) and they always make my blood boil. Or in other words, love lasts forever and overcomes all obstacles. With increasing British influence, English became more economically beneficial to the people of Ireland. Unfortunately, I do not know the answer to your question. He has been married to Leah since October 2000. There's a nice web page that explains these expressions fairly well and tells you how to pronounce them: Irish terms of endearment. As Jileha noted, Irish has a vocative case, which is used for addressing people/animals/things. Terms of endearment. Some are incredibly poetic. Today, we are seeing a growing resurgence of this ancient language, both at home here in Ireland and throughout the Irish diaspora. English is full of friendly, sometimes casual, often endearing, terms that people use for one another — some used for acquaintances; others reserved for those nearest and dearest. I will share this with the Bitesize team. Often generally translated as ‘my darling’. The Irish word for grandfather is seanáthair, literally meaning "old father." Some are incredibly poetic. Mo fhíorghra: (pronounced ‘heer-graw’) Means ‘my true love’, one of the most romantic phrases around. Better for her to fly from love if unloved, love bites her. In fact, after tattoo requests, endearments (usually for personalized gifts) are the most common. Your best bet would probably be to go to http://www.irishgaelictranslator.com and see if there’s some kind of contact information there. Hopefully, this is supposed to mean something a little less harsh, like ‘love is blind’! Yep, sad, but true. It’s generally used as a form of endearment to make serious conversation more informal. You will be talking like a seasoned pro in no time! I was originally going to get Anam Cara with his name in Ogham, but like I said, you guys have already helped me out of that mess. This word means “kitten”, and can be used as a term of endearment to a man or a woman. term of endearment: téarma na fírinneachta: Similar Words. A Ghrá Geal: Means ‘my bright love’, often the term used to describe a boyfriend/girlfriend. A stór - my treasure; A stóirín - my little treasure; A thaisce - my treasure; A leanbh - my child; A pheata - my pet; Endearments for lovers. The population became less resistant to loss of our native language. Mar 4, 2019 - Win over any heart with these beautiful Irish language terms of love, endearment, and affection! Slogan ... Find more words! This then developed into the Latin alphabet once Christianity came to the island. There is a Scottish Gaelic forum on the Irish Language Forum (www.irishlanguageforum.com), and they are happy to help people searching for info on Scottish Gaelic. Indeed, since the dawn of time, the Irish have managed to invent our very own slang words and phrases to unleash on all unfamiliar with the lingo! Many of these are based on another word for “love”: searc (shark). When speaking about them say "Mo chuisle". Irish Terms of Endearment The Irish Language has some beautiful ways to express love and affection. Send your question to Santa for the Irish Times Santa Podcast. I love the owners, so I wouldn’t get in their face about it, when it was over 10 years ago. If I could please get the correct translation for it I would be very grateful. Much of the following Scots slang has dual meaning so while some words are used in a loving manner, they can also be used negatively. Mistranslating it does it no favors. Irish Gaelic Terms of … Mo Rúnsearc (pronounced ‘roon-hark’): Literally means ‘my secret love’, there is no direct equivalent in English. What seems to surprise people, though, is that Irish endearments typically are NOT direct translations of English endearments. He found himself one night in a remote pub and heard irish so pure and fine he was overjoyed recording it. Definitely nothing romantic there! I’m very happy I found this website (and the insight into the language that you give) when I did. If you really wanted to use those two Irish words to mean “soul friend,” you’d need “cara m’anama.” In Irish, the word being modified (in this case, “friend”) comes first and the modifier (in this case “of my soul”) comes after. Hi Mark. A Chuisle. When Europeans say “soulmate” they usually mean someone with whom they have a lot in common — a very close friend, for example — but not necessarily someone with whom they have a romantic bond. Honey. They have a history of providing very iffy “learning” materials, often with serious mistakes. Also used as a modern feminine form of Alan. Two never kindled a fire but it lit between them. It offers many beautiful phrases and words to express love, compassion, and friendship. Let me find this out for you and we will post the answer here. Finally, a third and very well known love poem is ‘Fand Yields Cúchulainn to Emer‘. I would like to know for a tattoo, my true love. No, not a word for bathroom activities. Anyway, I need gaelic terms of endearment (and pronunciations if possible) and what they translate into. Scottish Gaelic words that used with partners, children and other loved ones. Now, 2 disclaimers before we dive on in: If you’re easily offended, you may want to click the little ‘x’ now… you dope If you use one of these Irish insults and someone hits you a box, I’m not liable Opening up this beautiful box (I know, that wasn't the present but such a beautiful box told me that there was something very special inside!) Irish-Gaelic Terms of Endearment The Irish Language has some beautiful ways to express love and affection. I use more Ulster-geared pronunciations in the blog posts because that’s the dialect I speak. 15. In the lead up to the struggle for independence, we begin to see a revival of the language. Using nicknames makes us more intimate, or closer to each other. Irish terms of endearment (Téarmaí Muirnéise) Irish words that used with partners, children and other loved ones. When you consider the length of time Ireland has been inhabited (some ten thousand years or so), the adoption of English is a relatively recent development. Mo shíorghra: Means ‘my eternal love’, sometimes used as a term for ‘soulmates’. This is not a matter of language evolution, it’s a matter of ignorant people capitalizing on the ignorance of others. In case you used any of those methods and you are still getting this warning, you most likely misspelled the timezone identifier. Seanleannán (pronounced ‘shan-lan-awn’): Literally means ‘old love’, or ‘old flame’, A Pheata (pronounced ‘fat-a’): Means ‘a mother’s darling’, for a mother to express endearment for her children, A chéadsearc (pronounced ‘cade-shark’): Means ‘my first love’, or ‘my one and only’, Irish people are well known for being a charismatic bunch that have a special way with words. If you look at history, many things change as time goes by…Look at many last names from Ireland and England…etc. So below we’ve shared just a small sample of our favourites! Spanish Nicknames for Female Lover . I would suggest that you post this question on the Irish Language Learners group on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/IrishLanguageLearners, Hello, I would first like to say THANK YOU! Love. Lasly, I need gaelic nicknames for mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Endearments for friends, children and lovers. I have been an honest woman, Under the roofs and boughs. A Stór. There is also an Irish-language television channel and radio. According to one study, people who use these private nicknames are happier in their relationships than people who do not. What happier fortune can one find Than with the girl who pleased one’s mind To leave one’s home and friends behind And sail on the first favoring wind? Let us know your thoughts below. Mo Mhuirnin (pronounced ‘mur-neen’): Means ‘my little darling’ or ‘my dear’, a more formal phrase. Grá (older spelling, grádh) is the Irish Gaelic word for love, meaning affectionate love (rather than erotic love). People are often surprised to find that Ireland actually has two national languages. In terms of direction, this term is not a bit offensive and is actually quite useful. A Selected Timeline of Terms of Endearment sweetheart. What seems to surprise people, though, is that Irish endearments typically are NOT direct translations of English endearments. A Rúnsearc. Sometimes these requests are oddly specific, and it can be a bit amazing sometimes what people think can be translated (sorry, folks, but there just isn’t an Irish translation for “My sweet baboo.”). Take Care. Bairn (Bay-rn) Scottish slang for a child/baby. Anamchara (pronounced ann-am kara) Is the Irish word for “soul mate”. Scottish Gaelic terms of endearment. Your email address will not be published. The author and origin of the poem are both unknown, which is quite poignant once you read it…. Here are some of our favorites. In fact, often what seems like  sweet phrase in English makes no sense in Irish at all (and vice versa). French may be known as the language of love but we reckon Irish could give it a run for its money. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. We don’t do translations here, but if you go to http://www.irishlanguageforum.com, folks there will be happy to help you. Dope mo ghràdh - my love; ... , Irish, Italian, Kadazandusun, Manx, Polish, Russian, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh. For example, you might call a friend “dude” or “bud” affectionately but without any romantic undertones. Want to impress those you care about by knowing words of endearment in different languages? In more modern terms, it’s used to refer to the priest to whom one offers confession before mass. Meaning 'plentiful' or 'in abundance', galoredates back as far as the 1620s. Terms of endearment. Shebeen. Thank you for all your linguistic wisdom! a stór (treasure) /ah store/ a stóirín (little treasure) /ah store-een/ a rún (secret/mystery/love) /ah roon/ a mhuirnín beloved /ah woor-neen/ a ghrá mo chléibh (love of my bosom) /ah ghraw muh khlay-iv/ a chuisle mo chroí (pulse of my heart) /ah khwish-leh muh khree/ a thaisce (treasure) /ah hash-keh/ a pheata pet /ah fat-ah/ Dia duit! The use of the Irish language really only began go into decline in the 18th century under British rule and discouraged its use. In this blog, given the season, we’ll look at various ways to say “darling,” “sweetheart,” and “love” in Irish. It means “my soul of a friend.” Written that way (with the words separated and no inflection on the second word) that’s all it CAN mean, sadly. (le Róislín) Irish has many many terms of endearment. Required fields are marked *. If you’re using “soulmate” to refer to a very close friend, you also have several options: A chara mo chléibh (uh KHAR-uh muh khlayv) My bosom friend, A bhuanchara (uh WOON-khar-uh) My eternal/enduring friend, A dhlúthchara (uh GGLOO-khar-uh) My best/closest friend. AKA: Tendres passions, Мова нiжностi, La fuerza del cariño. A Ghrá mo Chroí: Means ‘my heart’s beloved’ or ‘the love of my heart’. There are several very good Irish speakers there who will be more than willing to help you. “Níl leigheas ar an ngrá ach pósadh”: There is no cure for love other than marriage. A slightly more informal form of address in these situations (one reserved pretty much for males) would be a mhac (uh wak), which literally means “son,” but is used where an English speaker might say “dude” or “mate” or “buddy.”. Thanks a lot guys, really appreciate it. On Irish translation forums, we are often asked to translate endearments and friendly expressions. Acushla comes from the Irish Gaelic cuisle, which can mean "darling" but more literally means "pulse" or "vein." When speaking directly to the person, use "A chuisle". Nov 19, 2019 - Scottish Gaelic words that used with partners, children and other loved ones. In this lesson, we’re going to talk about how to use terms of endearment in English. The meanings are not taken literally, just as when you call someone 'honey' you … Unfortunately we are not doing translations for tattoos. A Chroí: Means ‘my heart’, a stronger version of the above, meant more for lovers to use. Sweetheart. this was a present and I was thrilled. Would your course also be more geared to ulster or the Gaoth Dobhair dialect? They would use instead daideó, approximately pronounced DADJ-yoh, or móraí, which is approximately pronounced MO-ree. May 9, 2019 (Updated: March 11, 2020) Lukas Bischoff/ iStock via Getty Images … Many a man has wanted me, But I have kept my vows. A Chara: Means ‘friend’, and can be used to address anyone, in formal or informal settings. Or, it could also mean that something is not working properly, like a tourist van or a cellular device. The best resource I know of is this Ogham alphabet resource: http://www.omniglot.com/writing/ogham.htm. The Irish language actually flows with the milk and honey of love and friendship. Thanks so much! Use * for blank tiles (max 2) Advanced Search Advanced Search: Use * for blank spaces Advanced Search: Advanced Word Finder: See Also in English. For some time now, some of my on-line friends have advised me to provide a version of CassidySlangScam without the invective aimed at Cassidy and his supporters. There's a nice web page that explains these expressions fairly well and tells you how to pronounce them: Irish terms of endearment. II. Irish is now celebrated as an important part of Ireland’s cultural heritage. This is more of a blessing and is still said at many traditional Irish weddings. Impress your significant other with these swoon-worthy Irish language terms of endearment… I think it’s criminal, frankly. Actor | Terms of Endearment Huckleberry Fox was born on October 6, 1974 as George Miller Fox. This beautiful expression means my pulse. https://www.facebook.com/IrishLanguageLearners. I believe Gaelic has a similar word, implying a coming together of people. Learn how your comment data is processed. Use this VIDEO to learn how to pronounce Here are a few particularly romantic ones…. How to say endearments in Irish Gaelic. Or if I can even do this accurately? Learn how your comment data is processed. I have written the literal meanings for you to enjoy anyway. This Irish term of endearment works for both lovers and other people who are special. These people decided to pick up a dictionary for a language they didn’t speak, jam the words together using English syntax, and sell the results as Irish. Originally, it was used to refer to the spiritual advisor a young monk would be assigned when he joined the monastery. Irish Gaelic is a different language from Scots-Gaelic. “Folíonn grá gráin”: Love veils ugliness. I do think the best way to carry on with the language is to learn it, unfortunately, not much opportunity to practice it. Of course, there are plenty of not so romantic phrases too…. As an interesting side note, it’s likely that the English term “mack” came from the Irish a mhac! this is the Irish word for 'angel', (from Latin) Alannah (f) a LON na, a LAN na : Alanna, Alana : oh, child! It is a design that is made of the Trinity knot but I have 3 words that I want to place in it. Scottish Terms of Endearment. Only joking , Your email address will not be published. Like we have Mommy, Mommom, Nana, GiGi, etc. He’s a buck eejit. I noticed that youre pronunciations sound like Ulster Dialect. A Chuisle . Often misused as a general term of endearment for literally anything. “Sliocht sleachta ar sliocht bhur sleachta!” : May you have children and your children have children. The first records of it’s use was around 400AD in Ogham inscriptions carved into standing stones. Soulmate. He’s a buck eejit. B: What was he at? Other Irish terms for grandmother include máthair mhór (maw her aWOR), meaning "great mother," and máthair chríona (MAW her KHREE un na).Máthair chríona is often alleged to mean "mother of the heart," but it is more accurately translated as "wise mother. please help , You might post your question on this Facebook group page: https://www.facebook.com/IrishLanguageLearners. Buddy. Accents? Her “Golden” birthday is coming up and I was trying to find something with Anam Cara on it (as my husband and I both have the wedding bands). This site has been very helpful. The design and craft are of the highest quality - it is beautifully weighted, wonderfully e(...), I recently ordered both the men's and women's Silver Ogham Anam Cara Pendants for my girlfriend and myself as a 10-year anniversary gift since we both have Irish heritage. You need to consider the context in which it is said! A term of endearment for people who are silly, or a bit of an idiot. Irish Terms of Endearment. Note that Irish pronunciations can be dialect-specific, so any pronunciations given may be typical only in a particular region of Ireland. As you’ve already found, there can be different ways to say a thing in Irish, and for tattoos we always recommend getting at least three Irish speakers in agreement before proceeding. Use * for blank tiles (max 2) Advanced Search Advanced Search: Use * for blank spaces Advanced Search: Advanced Word Finder: See Also in English. I found most of the anglicized forms in song lyrics and Liam O'Flaherty books. Thanks for sharing, I am very sorry to hear about your close friend. Best wishes =) -Mark, i’m looking to get a tattoo that says ” My love, my life, my child” and want to make sure i translate it correctly . 4. "A stór" - Win over any heart with these beautiful Irish language terms of love, endearment, and affection! Dude. Jan 22, 2017 - Bitesize Irish Gaelic teaches you what are some affectionate and friendly terms of endearment in the Irish language. Thank you. It is derived from … My Irish grandmother used to call me her “little heathen” in Irish; I’ve forgotten the actual words. Unfortunately, we purchased our rings from Westport. In this article, we highlight the most commonly heard Irish idioms and words, their meanings, and examples of how they are used in everyday speech. I just don’t think it is “criminal”, as you do, for not having it exact. Some of my ancestors are Irish, and I’ve always felt a strong connection there. For thousands of years before that, Irish was the only language spoken in Ireland. Aside from the PDF for this article, you can also access the FREE Spanish Learning Package, a collection of PDFs and MP3s for learning Spanish. Do you know of any good resources for Ogham? He fell in love with a woman called Fand, from the ‘otherworld’. Russian has a word for the solidarity, or togetherness, of people in a true community= sobornost. Wee . Please get it triple-checked before getting a tattoo. A day lasts until it’s chased away, but love lasts until the grave. I hope you find an answer to your question. This list of Spanish terms of endearment is also available in PDF which you can download by signing up below. Wed, Jan 31, 2018, 00:04 . You can also check this blog post for written pronunciation. Leave a reply. From the Irish “síbín”, this is the first of many words in this list related to general divilment … Naturally, to go with the many different words in the Irish language for expressing love, there are also a lot of popular sayings and proverbs about love too. Terms of Endearment Here are names used with affection for sweethearts and children. And have purchased many things from them, through the years, when we have returned. Irish Gaelic Terms of Endearment—with approximate pronunciations. Amy, as this is for a tattoo, I strongly recommend you post your question on the Irish Language Forum (www.irishlanguageforum.com). Did this post help you sort out Irish endearments? Mo Chuisle – “My Pulse” You may recognise this term of endearment from the movie Million Dollar Baby. Tag Archives: Irish terms of endearment Cassidese Glossary – Agrah. I know the proper translation of Beauty and Love but I am having a difficult time pinning the proper translation for Passion. jgunther…the problem is, it DOES mean something. Découvrez Love and Terms of Endearment de Bitesize Irish Gaelic sur Amazon Music. “Ní féasta go rósta, ní céasadh go pósta”: There is no feast without a roast, there is no torment without being married. Now I would like to get Cara M’anama and his name in Ogham. You do have to register, but it’s free. Mo Cuishle (pronounced ‘coosh-la’): Literally means ‘my pulse’, for the person who makes your heart beat. I was struck by its beauty when I first saw it online but continued looking at other sites to see if I might find something I liked better, but nothing compared(...). But this girl who has taken my bonny, bonny boy, let her make of him all that she can; and whether he loves me or loves me not, I will walk with my love now and then. You can read some testimonials from our customers here. Frankly, you SHOULD get in their faces about it, as they are either criminally ignorant or willfully selling shite translations. There's a nice web page that explains these expressions fairly well and tells you how to pronounce them: Irish terms of endearment. Terms of Endearment Grá go Deo Pendant with Connemara Marble – Love Forever The Irish language has many different ways to say the same thing. 24. Mack. Here are names used with affection for sweethearts and children. © 2021 Claddagh Design. If I’d been sold something like that and learned how wrong it is, I’d be in the jeweler’s face about it. Not that we’re biased! A stór (uh stohr): Literally “my treasure.”, A thaisce (uh HASH-keh): Also “my treasure.”, A leanbh (uh LAN-uv): Literally “my child.” (special note: this one often gets transcribed as “alanna” in Irish songs.). If you travel anywhere in Ireland, you’ll find road signs are written in Irish and English. “Maireann croí éadrom i bhfad”. Ireland has some beautiful terms of endearment, perfect for using with someone special. BY WILLIAM CARLETON. These are known as ‘Gaeltacht’ areas. His wife Emer fought to keep him and forced Fand back to the otherworld. If you mean “soulmate” in the romantic sense, the more passionate Irish endearments should suit, including: There are also a few words of more recent coinage (formed, really, from English terms), including: Mo shíorghrá (muh HEER-ggrah) My eternal love. Irish Terms of Endearment 58. Irish endearments- I have been really stumped on locating something special for my daughter. Example: A: Timmy fell through the roof last night. I went to purchase a copy of your e-book “Top 50 Irish Gaelic Tattoo Ideas” but kept getting an error message that the product was unavailable. In fact, you’ll find a chara used in everything from formal letter salutations to greeting cards. English and Irish, or Gaelic (and Gaeilge) as it is also known. Part of the beauty of bespoke jewelry is that the piece will always be totally unique. I am looking for the correct one that would translate into meaning “strong emotion, desire”. The romantic nature of the language means that there are more than a handful of ways to address someone that means a lot to you. 25 Irish Slang Terms You Should Know. If you’re just translating the same type of word you would use in your native language into English, there’s a chance that you may sound a little awkward or not quite appropriate for the situation. Parcourez notre sélection de endearments : vous y trouverez les meilleures pièces uniques ou personnalisées de nos boutiques. It's an adaptation of the Irish Gaelic a cuisle ("oh darling"). Galore. It isn’t a matter of “not having it exact.” It’s a matter of it being completely wrong. 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