Irish: gra

  • A90Six

    Senior Member
    England - English.
    "Grá" in gaelic means: love, darling, sweetheart. Although I am not sure you should be asking this question in this "English Only" forum.
     

    CatStar

    Senior Member
    English, Ireland
    Hey Paulfromitaly,

    grá means love. it can be spelled grádh as well.
    For example...

    Táim i ngrá leat - I´m in love with you/I love you
    Is é mo ghrá - He is my love
    Mo ghrá - My love (as in petname)

    It´s used in Irish English as well in the sense that you can say:
    I´ve no gra for the way he´s acting ie, no respect, faith etc
    or I have a little gra for her ie, I fancy her.

    Hope that clears it up for you.
    Slán
    Cat
     
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