Is this translation correct?

Latest post Thu, Apr 25 2019 2:52 by LauraHuntORI. 1 replies.
  • Wed, Apr 24 2019 0:24

    Is this translation correct?

    Just wondered if someone could help me with a translation.

    We want to translate the phrase I still do (in the context of renewing marriage vows)

    I'm thinking Glacaim go fóill. Does that make sense? Or should it be fós?

    Your advice would be greatly appreciated!:)

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    • LauraHuntORI
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    Re: Is this translation correct?

    Foclóir.ie suggests that you might say Gabhaim agus glacaim íI take and accept her (as spouse). so you could add go fóill, sure. and é instead of í if it is a man you are taking and accepting.

    You could also use fós. Means the same thing still, yet, up to now. 

     

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