How do you say "Yours in Friendship, Unity and Christian Charity"?

Latest post Mon, Jul 2 2018 23:42 by Dale D. 1 replies.
  • Mon, Jul 2 2018 16:03

    How do you say "Yours in Friendship, Unity and Christian Charity"?

    Hello,

     I often sign letters with: "Yours in Friendship, Unity and Christian Charity".

    Can anyone tell me how one would write this in Irish? 

    Thanks!

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  • Mon, Jul 2 2018 23:42 In reply to

    • Dale D
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    Re: How do you say "Yours in Friendship, Unity and Christian Charity"?

    Hi, Detroit Hibernian,

    This site is primarily for those interested in learning Irish, so you may not find anyone with the expertise to answer your specific question.  I would recommend you take it to the Irish Language Forum, as they have many fluent speakers who hang out there.  We have a couple from time to time, but not so much recently, and your question involves something that may not transfer as easily from English to Irish with a word for word attempt...as is usually the case!  Of course, someone on this site may want to take a stab at it, too, you never know.  However, our principal purpose is not to provide a translation service.

    Good luck.

    Dale D

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