“A hundred thousand welcomes!” in Irish

Phrases in Irish > A hundred thousand welcomes!

Audio

Céad míle fáilte! Kay-od mee-leh foyle-cha! A hundred thousand welcomes!

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Pronunciation

This is an approximate pronunciation of the phrase:

Kay-od mee-leh foyle-cha!

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Translation in Irish Language

A hundred thousand welcomes! = Céad míle fáilte!

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