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Q: Irish translation of "transcend" and "rise above" ( No Answer,   3 Comments )
Subject: Irish translation of "transcend" and "rise above"
Category: Reference, Education and News > General Reference
Asked by: fragile-ga
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Posted: 16 Oct 2006 04:57 PDT
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Question ID: 774001
I am looking for the Irish gaelic translation of the word "transcend"
and the infinitive of the phrase "rise above" i.e. the action 'to rise
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Irish translation of "transcend" and "rise above"
From: jerje-ga on 16 Oct 2006 05:56 PDT
You may find this dictionary useful
Subject: Re: Irish translation of "transcend" and "rise above"
From: pjdscott-ga on 07 Nov 2006 01:46 PST
Transcend (reason); os cionn, thar
Transcend (person): sáraím [I transcend]

To rise: éirí
To rise above: éirí os cionn
To be above: bheith os cionn

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Subject: Re: Irish translation of "transcend" and "rise above"
From: fragile-ga on 29 Nov 2006 03:17 PST

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