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Subject: Sorry it's taken me so long
Author: Merriment   (guest, 62.188.150.138)
Date: May 30, 2002 at 12:47:09 PM
Reply to: Re: A question to all Irish Gaelic and/or Welsh speakers by Ara-Maeve
Peach in Welsh is eirinen wlanog (woolly plum)
In Irish the words are:
Honey - mil
Butterfly - feileacan (accents over the first e and second a - no idea about the pronounciation)
Peach - peitseog (prob. pronounced something like paytchog)

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