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Help Please

Unread post by iainwilson » Tue Feb 18, 2020 5:32 pm

Hi

I'm looking to have a t*tt** commemorating that I survived my heart attack and bypass surgery on 8th October last year. Because of my scottish background (through my Dad) I want to have the words "I Survived" in scots gaelic in the t*tt**. I have tried using on-line tr*nsl*t**n services to receive a tr*nsl*t**n and they came up with "thàinig mi beò", but I wanted to check whether this was correct with someone who actually speaks the language.

Any help you could offer would be greatfully received.

Regards

Iain



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Re: Help Please

Unread post by GunChleoc » Wed Feb 19, 2020 2:04 pm

I'd use "Mhair mi beò" https://www.faclair.com/ViewEntry.aspx? ... 60D593DE07

The expression you found or more for surviving on something https://www.faclair.com/ViewEntry.aspx? ... 5035DA3594
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Re: Help Please

Unread post by iainwilson » Mon Mar 02, 2020 11:41 am

Thank you so much :)

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