Look, women working by day and late at night,
They sing of bright days that were,
A long way back and forth forever.
Gaelic (Irish Gaelic)
More translations of "Ebudae"
Gaelic (Irish Gaelic) → English
The Hebrides, or Western Isles, of Scotland were known as the Hebudæ or the Ebudæ in ancient times. The name is of Latin origin, appearing on ancient maps of Roman Britain.
Translation by Roma Ryan.
|thanked 102 times|
|1.||when pigs fly|
|2.||After death the doctor|
|3.||I don't give a shit/damn/fuck/crap/toss/dime/penny|
|4.||It's no use crying over spilt milk.|
|5.||The grass is always greener on the other side|
|6.||A Friend in need is a friend indeed|
|8.||One man's meat is another man's poison|
|9.||(from) head to toe|
|10.||(come) rain or shine|