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Subject: Re: Pronunciation of "Gaelic"
From: "Sean V. Kelley" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Sean V. Kelley
Date:Thu, 2 Feb 1995 08:27:47 -0500
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On Thu, 2 Feb 1995, B. Dalton wrote:
>
> >The accepted pronounciation is to use "Gah-lic" for Scots Gaelic and "Gay-lic"
> >for Irish Gaelic.
>
> People who use "Gay-lic" have never been to Ulster!
 
Fosta, char chuala me/ roimh an focal sin "Gay-lic" ann. Gaedhilg
no/ Gaeilge no/ Irish is a chuala me/. Chan fhuil a fhios agamsa,
caide/ an fa/th a dhu/abhairt se/ "Gaelic" leis an fonn "Gay-lic"!
 
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