Leslie Gadallah wrote:
> > Spring was here last week, but winter is back now.
> An seo, cuideachd. Tha eagal orm a-nis gum bi i geamhradh gu an
Na bi fo eagal! Cha bhi an geamhradh ann gus an t-O\g-mhios! Mar a chuala mi aig
Don't be under fear! Won't be the winter here until June! As that heard I at my
Don't worry! The winter won't last until June! As I heard from my mother:
Mios Faoilich, ( her pronunciation-- I think it's usually pronounced
naoi latha gearran,
co\ig latha sguabag,
tri\ latha feadag,
suas an t-Earrach!
Month of Faoilich
nine days gearran ( Sorry, can't remember the meaning; I'll have to ask
five days sweeping (winds)
three days whistling (winds)
up (with) the spring ( the start of spring)
The faoilich starts on January fifteenth, and you can do the math from there.
This comes from Scotland, so I don't know how it applies to different areas.
That's way too early for spring in CB most years.....
Nach robh "chinook" agaibh o chionn ghoirid? No an robh sin a\ite eile......??
Wasn't "chinook" at-you since short? Or was that a place other....??
Didn't you have a chinook recently? Or was that some other place....?
Mur an robh cuimhne bhochd agam, cha bhiodh cuimhne idir agam......
Inless was memory poor at-me, not would-be memory at-all at-me....
If I didn't have a bad memory, I'd have no memory at all........
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