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What is Mo Ghra?

What is Mo Ghra?

‘Mo ghrá thú’ is the Gaelic phrase meaning ‘I love you’.

What is the Irish name for love?

Agra stems ultimately from the Irish Gaelic grādh, which means “love” and is a distant cousin of the Latin word gratus, which means “beloved” or “dear.” Agra is one of our older “sweetheart” words, dating back to 1645, and a linguistic reminder that Ireland was a crossroads of sorts for much of its history.

How do you say sweetheart in Celtic?

Scottish Gaelic terms of endearment

  1. mo ghràdh – my love.
  2. mo chridhe – my heart.
  3. mo leannan – my lover, my sweetheart.
  4. m’eudail – my darling, my dear.
  5. a thasgaidh – my darling, my dear.

What language is Mo Ghra?

It is thought to be the first known written language of Ireland! There are many dialects in Gaelic depending on the part of the country you hail from. “Mo Ghrá thú” (muh graw hoo) has the very same meaning as “Is tú mo ghrá.”

What is Mo chroi?

love of my heart (literal translation) my love, my darling.

Is Ceol Mo Chroí THÚ meaning?

you’re the music of my heart
“Is ceol mo chroí thú” (Is cyoal mu khree who): Meaning “you’re the music of my heart”.

What do the Irish call a girl?

“Cailín” means “girl” in the Irish language. A lot of Irish people still use this word even when speaking in English. The plural, “Cailíní,” is also commonly used, for example, “I’m meeting up with the cailíní later on.”

What does Mo Duinne mean?

Mo duinne – ‘My brown one’ – Jamie’s term of endearment for Claire which he first uses in Outlander (ch. 16). This is not the correct Gaelic form and is used only in Outlander. It is corrected to ‘mo nighean donn’ in later books. Mo luaidh – my darling, my dear.

What do Scottish people call their girlfriends?

Hen– being perhaps the most widely recognised. Not to be confused with the feathery fowl, but instead referring to a female, often a younger lady, used as a scottish term of endearment, much like honey or sweetheart might be used further South.

Do the Irish say Bonnie?

It is most commonly associated with Ireland, but is also present in Scottish English. Is Bonnie Gaelic? Bonnie is a Scottish given name for either girls or boys, and is sometimes used as a descriptive reference, as in the Scottish folk song, My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean.