Tagged: as gaeilge

Black 47 dir. by

In 1847 Martin Feeney returns home to Ireland to find his mother and brother dead, his nieces and nephew about to be evicted, and death and...

I’ll come in again

Yes change[1] but I have been keeping my eye out for a three column and came across this one from here, I have, of course, changed...

TT#7

Thirteen Irish Phrases on account of it being Seachtain na Gaeilge ___ is ainm dom – kinda important to get that across. Unless you want to...

No referral fun

Tá fhí­os agat that looking at your stats and referral logs is fun fun fun. All those wacky phrases and meaningless search strings. Bhuel, féach, tá...

Seachtain na Gaeilge

I tossed The Algebraist. it was okay, but I really wasn’t all that fascinated by what was going on in it. Course that meant that I...

Eire has lost its fada

Yeah yeah, tá fhí­os agam gur dúirt mé[1] that I wouldn’t be talking about christmas again for a while, ach then I spotted this great pic...

Oops I did it again

Nuair a scrí­obh mé the post about Seachtain na gaeilge, I used the abbr tag so the non-irish could translate,ach rinne mé dearmad that Internet Explorer...