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A linguistic question posted 07 January 2005 in Author Q & AA linguistic question by Faelcind Il Danach, Peralogue

This probably not that interest to most but I had to ask. I noticed among the Galeoth there was tribe called the Nangael. Were you aware that nan means the in gaelic so Nan gael in gaelic translates to The gael. I use to belong to gaelic soceity called Slighe nan'Gael the crowd of the gael. view post


A linguistic question posted 07 January 2005 in Author Q & AA linguistic question by Cu'jara Cinmoi, Author of Prince of Nothing

That must be where I got it, then, because the phrase strikes me as familiar. So many names I think I come up with solo, only to see them pop up in the newspaper or movie credits or the like. I hope it didn't 'break the spell' for you.

And welcome to the board, Faelcind! view post


A linguistic question posted 07 January 2005 in Author Q & AA linguistic question by Faelcind Il Danach, Peralogue

Thanks for the welcome. It didn't break the spell for me I thought it was cool. I just wanted them to kick a little more butt for my gaelic pride you know <!-- s:D --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_biggrin.gif" alt=":D" title="Very Happy" /><!-- s:D --> . view post


A linguistic question posted 07 January 2005 in Author Q &amp; AA linguistic question by Cu'jara Cinmoi, Author of Prince of Nothing

My wife is Irish, so I guess you can say I get my butt kicked by a Gael on regular basis! view post


A linguistic question posted 08 January 2005 in Author Q &amp; AA linguistic question by Faelcind Il Danach, Peralogue

<!-- s:D --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_biggrin.gif" alt=":D" title="Very Happy" /><!-- s:D --> yeah you see if you need to put the fear of god into the Fanim forget the Agmundrmen and Auaglish send in some nangaelish women in a mood. view post


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