Tidbits & Tasty Morsels

*nuggets of knowledge to share*

Much of the information shared here is readily found on many wikipedia pages such as THIS

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Ireland is made up of 2 Countries, has 4
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Since the early 17th century, there have been four Provinces of Ireland:
Connacht, Leinster, Munster, and Ulster.
LEARN IRISH GAELIC
Teacher, Historian and Publisher Oisín Rushnell
will be posting an "Irish / Gaelic Lesson" on the SIGH FACEBOOK page.
A Word to Learn:  ABHAILE.
Abhaile (adv.) : home, homewards
It is pronounced, "aw-WALL-yuh"; it can also be pronounced it as "aw-VALL-yuh" ('bh' = 'v' or 'w' in Irish, often depending upon the word or the dialect.)
In a sentence: Táim ag dul *abhaile*. : I am going *home*.
("TAW-m egg DULL aw-VALL-yuh.")
Táim : I'm
ag dul : going
abhaile : home(wards)