Irish Proverb 68 - Seanfhocail Ghaeilge 68

Is é seo Seanfhocal an Lae:

Today's Proverb is:

I ndiaidh a chéile a thógtar na caisleáin.

Seo ciall an tseanfhocail:

The translation or meaning is:

Castles are built one after the other.
(Rome wasn't built in a day.)

An bhfuil a mhalairt de thuairim agat maidir le ciall an tseanfhocail seo, nó ar mhaith leat an t-aistriúchán s’agatsa a roinnt linn? Déan caint ar seo thíos.

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Posted May 07 2017

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