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Date Posted: 16:30:01 03/29/04 Mon
Author: Ciarán
Author Host/IP: cache2-blfs.server.ntli.net / 62.254.32.5
Subject: Re: How to pronounce Siopa
In reply to: Betty 's message, "How to pronounce Siopa" on 05:35:42 03/24/04 Wed

>How do you pronounce Siopa? I think it's the Irish
>word for Boutique? I'm looking in a dictionary that
>also includes the following for the word boutique:
>siopa eadaigh faiseanta. What does that translate
>into?
>
>thanks!


Siopa = <shopa> (shop)

Siopa eadaigh faiseanta = <shopa aidy fashantaa> (fashionable clothes shop - boutique)

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