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Subject: Re: Celtic Snake
Author: Phyllis   (guest, 129.89.246.115)
Date: October 30, 2001 at 5:00:09 PM
Reply to: Re: Celtic Snake by Daividh
I would try either of these links:

http://www.yourdictionary.com (it is listed among the useful links on this website)

http://www.irishmilwaukee.com (Conradh na Gaelige, Craobh Curtin's website). This one has a short Irish lesson and a few links to other Irish language websites.

I personally would have to know where the "fada" is if there is one in the word because it changes how a vowel is pronounced. If I remember correctly, the "h" slenderizes the "t", either cancelling or making the combination pronunciation -h- instead of -th- (best check either of my sources, just in case I'm mistaken).

Good luck. :)
Phyllis (aka Sidhe Uaine or Gaia Euphoria)

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