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Subject: Re: Canadian (was French-Canadian)
From:Fionnghal NicPhàdraig <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scottish Gaelic Language beginners forum <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 10 Feb 2004 22:35:27 +0000
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uill, tha mi tric a' cluinntinn Albannach, Eireanach, Frangach,
Aimeireaganach, Astrāileanach, Gearmailteach!
fionnghal

Trueman Matheson wrote:

> 'S fhearr leamsa Canucach :-) .
>
> Seriously, no one uses these words so how can you say how they'd be
> pronounced? Also why is "Canadian" the root as in English? Shouldn't
> it be Canadach - someone from Barra is known as a Barrach.
>
> Trueman
>
> Colin Mark wrote:
>
>> A thaobh 'Canaideanach' agus 'Canadianach', cāit am bi an cudthrom ga
>> chur?
>> Agus ciamar a bhios daoine a' fuaimneachd 'Canādianach'?
>> (kahn-AH-jahn-uch
>> ???)
>>
>> With regard to 'Canaideanach' and 'Canadianach' where is the stress
>> laid?
>> And how do people pronounce  'Canādianach'? (kahn-AH-jahn-uch ???)
>>
>> Cailean
>> Cānan ar Cridhe 's ar Gaoil
>>
>> http://www.gaeldesign.com/colinmark
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