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Date Posted: 03:14:24 04/28/04 Wed
Author: Brian O'Cathain
Author Host/IP: cache-loh-ab08.proxy.aol.com / 195.93.33.14
Subject: Re: Champion
In reply to: Bryan 's message, "Champion" on 12:21:00 04/27/04 Tue

>I was wondering what the Irish word for Champion (as
>in sports champion) is, as well as the pronunciation.
>Thanks, Bryan

Día dhuit a Bhryain
It all depends on how you want to use the word. A champion
as such is "seasta" (shas-ta) or "crann"(crawn or crown) but a champion player as in football is "barrimreoir"
(bawr-im-ro-ir)
Is mise Brian freisin

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