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Irish - English Dictionary

Irish English Pronunciation Examples
sloinne surname sloin-ah  
sloinnte surnames sloin-cha  
Mac son (followed by the genitive form of a surname) mac Mac Mathúna; Mr. McMahon; said Mack wa-hu-na
Nic the feminine form of Mac nick Nic Mhathúna; Miss McMahon; said nick wa-hu-na
Ó from (means a descendant of or grandson in surnames) Oh Mr. Ó'Neill
Ni the feminine form of Ó Nee Ni Néill; Miss O'Neill; said nee neal
Mhic a form of Mac often used in a married woman's surname vick Bean Ui Nell; Mrs. O'Neill; said Bann ee Neal
Bean woman ban
      Barry Reid McCain would be Barra Rua Mac Ein. His wife Debi McCain would be Debi Bean Mhic Eáin, which would be shortened to Debi Mhic Eáin.
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