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chuaigh

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Some people go through life trying to find out what the world holds for them only to find out too late that it's what they bring to the world that really counts. OR It's not what the world holds for you it's what you bring to it
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Irish

Etymology

From Old Irish do·choïd.

Pronunciation

  • (Munster) IPA: [xuə] (before a subject pronoun), [xuəɟ] (elsewhere)
  • (Galway) IPA: [xuə]
  • (Mayo) IPA: [fuə] (before a subject pronoun), [fuəj] (elsewhere)
  • (Donegal) IPA: [xuə] (before a subject pronoun), [xuəj] (elsewhere)

Verb form

chuaigh

  1. Past independent analytic of téigh.
    went

Usage notes

Used with a noun or pronoun (in the standard language, , , , , sibh, siad or their emphatic equivalents) as the subject.

Related terms

  • chuas (1st person sing. synthetic, nonstandard)
  • chuais (2d person sing. synthetic, nonstandard)
  • chuamar (1st person pl. synthetic)
  • chuabhar (2d person pl. synthetic, nonstandard)
  • chuadar (3d person pl. synthetic, nonstandard)
  • chuathas (autonomous)
  • deachaigh (dependent)

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