Irish Word a Day - Seanmháthair - Grandmother

seanmháthair

grandmother

With Article (Singular)

an tseanmháthair
the grandmother

Example Sentence

Is seanmháthair mé.
I am a grandmother.



Posted Jan 21 2014

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Leprachan John wrote re: Irish Word a Day - Seanmháthair - Grandmother
on 02-02-2012 21:36

I am a greatgrandfather. How does one say the greatgrand parents title

Leprachan John wrote re: Irish Word a Day - Seanmháthair - Grandmother
on 03-08-2012 22:23

Dia duit,

I understand a Grandfathers title in Gaelic is Seanathair. Is there a title which means Greatgrandfather as there is in English? Would it be Morseanathair since great is mor. Also what would be the grammer for New-little Ireland? I think it would be Nua-beag Eirrin, but I think this may be wrong.

Go raibh maith agat,

Leprachan John

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