Gaelic :  "graw muh khree " pronunciation...or at least that's what another Pinner says it means. :-)

Gaelic : "graw muh khree " pronunciation...or at least that's what another Pinner says it means. :-)

Irish Expressions: Uniquely Irish Sayings, Jokes, Symbols, Songs and Recipes!

Irish Expressions: Uniquely Irish Sayings, Jokes, Symbols, Songs and Recipes!

http://www.bearstearnsbravo.com This video shows you how to pronounce Slainte. Learn the correct American English pronunciation of the drinking toast.

http://www.bearstearnsbravo.com This video shows you how to pronounce Slainte. Learn the correct American English pronunciation of the drinking toast.

The greeting for "Merry Christmas" in Irish is Nollaig Shona Duit, Irish pronunciation "NO-Lihg HO-nuh ghwich".

The greeting for "Merry Christmas" in Irish is Nollaig Shona Duit, Irish pronunciation "NO-Lihg HO-nuh ghwich".

Georges Rouault pronunciation: How to pronounce Georges Rouault in French

Georges Rouault pronunciation: How to pronounce Georges Rouault in French

Grá mo chroí--Irish Gaelic for "love of my heart."  Phonetic pronunciation is (roughly) "graw muh khree " --the ch in chroi is pronounced like the ch in loch or Bach.

Grá mo chroí--Irish Gaelic for "love of my heart." Phonetic pronunciation is (roughly) "graw muh khree " --the ch in chroi is pronounced like the ch in loch or Bach.

Credit: Chris Scott Compton Mackenzie's Whisky Galore. The sign-off 'Slàinte mhath' is a Gaelic phrase meaning 'Good health!' (whose pronunciation rhymes with Whisky Galore)

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Credit: Chris Scott Compton Mackenzie's Whisky Galore. The sign-off 'Slàinte mhath' is a Gaelic phrase meaning 'Good health!' (whose pronunciation rhymes with Whisky Galore)

Like most people, I spent my weekend dancing Irish jigs, shouting mangled pronunciations of the word "sláinte" and drinking beer well into the night. Unlike most people, I didn't even know it was St. Patrick's Day until my waiter told me I should "maybe go to the Irish Pub because Olive Garden isn't really the place for this, sir." The lesson here: Always wear something green, like these Sweet Sunglasses from www.SpectrumAdvertising.com. You never know when it'll be St. Patrick's Day.

Like most people, I spent my weekend dancing Irish jigs, shouting mangled pronunciations of the word "sláinte" and drinking beer well into the night. Unlike most people, I didn't even know it was St. Patrick's Day until my waiter told me I should "maybe go to the Irish Pub because Olive Garden isn't really the place for this, sir." The lesson here: Always wear something green, like these Sweet Sunglasses from www.SpectrumAdvertising.com. You never know when it'll be St. Patrick's Day.

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