Stiofan MacAmhalghaidh wrote:
> Susie Ebershoff-Coles (I love that name by the way)
> <<P.S. Is there a Gaelige version of Susie or Susan??>>
> Siba/n [pron. Shiv-awn], the 'proper' spelling of Siobha/n.
> Makes you - to push the lets-make-the-name-as-big-as-possible thing (which I'm
> all in favour of) - into:
> Siba/n nic Ebershoff-Coles Ui/ hIsh
> or if you want to spell in Irish style:
> Siba/n nic an Giolla Comhghaill Baile hI/omhair Ui/ hIsh
> pronounciation guide:
> Siba/n - [shiv-awn]
> nic an - [nick on]
> Giolla - [geu-lla]
> Comhghaill - [coo-al]
> Baile hI/omhair - [ball-a-heaver]
> Ui/ hIsh - [ee hish]
> If ye want ta know where I got alla that from, lemme know & I'll build a
> bizarre, but believable, fake (I mean hidden) family history for ye.
A Chara, A Mhaqqi,
My older son's name is "Joseph". What is "Joseph" in Irish?
Go raibh maith agat,