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The Irish word for 'our'

The Irish word for our is ár. The word ár often causes a sound change in the noun which follows it. In addition, the word ár prefixes the letter n- to nouns which start with a vowel.

Examples of using the word 'our' in Irish

ár gcuid airgead
our money
ár máthair
our mother
ár dteach
our house
ár ndeirfiúr
our sister
ár gceist
our question

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Basic words and phrases in Irish

Get by in Irish with these basic Irish words & phrases.

The horses are white.

Tá na capaill bán.

The boy is big.

Tá an buachaill mór.

The house is small.

Tá an teach beag.

The girl is small.

Tá an cailín beag.

The boys are strong.

Tá na buachaillí láidir.

The houses are big.

Tá na tithe mór.

The horse is big.

Tá an capall mór.

The girls are small.

Tá na cailíní beag.