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How To Say – “Soul mate” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)


Love is a beautiful thing, and the Irish language has a lot of ways to share this amazing feeling. As you may have noticed from our past blog posts and videos, Irish Gaelic is a language that has many words and phrase to tell someone how much they mean to us. One might even say it has a poetic way of spreading love in the World.

Discovering your soulmate, and being able to live a long and happy life next to them is probably the best feeling ever. Knowing you have someone next to you who shares your strong affection is a beautiful thing. Maybe that’s why there is more than way to tell someone they’re your soulmate in Irish Gaelic.

Our lovely Irish language assistant will teach you how to say the word soulmate but also how to tell someone they’re your soulmate using the Irish language.

How To Say – “Soul mate” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

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How to say Soul Mate in Irish Gaelic

soul mate

cara cléibh
/korr-ah kley-iv/
soul mate

soul mate

Is tú m’anamchara
/Iss too mon-um-khorr-ah/
You are my soulmate

Is tú mo chara cléibh
/Iss too muh khorr-ah kley-iv/
You are my soulmate

Is tú mo bhuanchara
/Iss too muh woon-khorr-ah/
You are my soulmate

Dia duit! Siobhán here from Bitesize Irish Gaelic. I speak a Connaught dialect.

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2 thoughts on “How To Say – “Soul mate” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)”

  1. Sean Michael Davitt

    I have enjoyed your emails. I am making an effort to learn a little at a time. My paternal grandparents were from Louisburg County Mayo and my maternal grandmother was a Walsh. I am proud to see that the Irish held strong with their heritage.

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