Naomh Naille (@1.36) vs Naomh Brid (@3.5)
05-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Naomh Naille will win

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OBrien (from his mothers maiden name). NIMH National Institute of Mental Health, but could the author possibly be getting some revenge (from the rats viewpoint) for all the nimh francach (rat poison), that has been used over the centuries. Unlikely, I guess, but food for bilingual thought! Especially since the author of The Rats of NIMH, Robert Leslie Carroll Conly, was from an Irish-American family and used a very Irish pen name, Robert C.

The first 20 minutes with a close affair with our lads putting up a good battle but with the fitness and the pace of this youthful Red Hughs side the eventually pulled away. The lads put in a hard shift and never gave up and they can now enjoy next weekend off as they have no game and regroup and go at it again in 2 weeks time. **RESERVES**The Reserves unfortunately came up short against a very strong and youthful Red Hughs side who are sitting pretty at the top of the table with 5 wins from 5 The game was played 13 aside which left alot space on the pitch.

Burt will have it all to do against a Downings side on a good run of form and the winners will secure the Division 3 title a loss for Burt could see also them remain in Division 3 for another season. The Yes Chef Catering Division 3 trophy will be in Pirc na Dunaibh next Saturday. Burt lost for the second game in succession and gave both Mlainn and Naomh Mhuire hopes of pipping them to the final promotion slot. The Convoy team travel to Fanad next week while Malin are away to Naomh Brid.

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As a noun, neamh means Heaven and Ive usually heard it pronounced nyav, with the av as in English have (or salve or calve, although those spellings could be misleading). The n is like the ny in canyon. Ive sometimes heard it pronounced more like nyow, like English now but with that slender n sound (again, as in canyon).

Our Ladies put in a performance that every single player can be proud of and played entertaining flowing football that impressed the huge crowd supporting them tonight. Huge thank you to our underage supporters and for everyones help in the catering department. See you all as our league campaign starts again. The future gets brighter and brighter for our Club with every passing week and seeing everyone pulling together over the past few days for tonights game just shows the huge appetite in our areas for Ladies football. Championship 2nd Leg resultNBP 2-5 Kilcar 5 -11Our Senior Ladies lost tonight vs Kilcar after their first venture into Championship football since reforming 5 months ago.

Ive also heard naomh pronounced like nayv, that is to rhyme with save or gave. In fact, most words with the vowel combination ao can be pronounced two ways: saol (as sayl or seel), baol (as bwayl or bweel), etc. If you add an i (-aoi-), then you will almost always have the ee sound (naoi, saoi, Saoirse, saoire, naoimh), but thats not the main issue here.

The struggle to survive turned into a two-way race when Naomh Mhuire Lower Rosses lost at home to Fanad Gaels in a high-scoring encounter at The Banks. The other two relegation candidates played each other in Newtwoncunnningham with Naomh Colmcille triumphing and leaving their survival prospects in their own hands when they travel to Red Hughs next week while Naomh Ultans final game is at home to Naomh Muire.

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**SENIORS**The lads got a hard earned 1-5 to 0-8 draw away to Red Hughs yesterday in an intriguing and physical game of football. Once again it was great to see a massive support down for the lads and really gives them a great boost, they will need ye all out again in full force next Sunday in Trummon as we welcome near neighbours Naomh Ultan. The lads will feel this was game they could of got more from after missing a few good opportunities they created but overall the lads can be proud of that 2nd half performance and taking a point from Killygordan. Red Hughs got of to a better start in the first half and went in at the break 3 up. Naomh Brid battle hard in the 2nd half and clawed backed the deficit thanks to a Gary Mc Cafferty goal soon after the lads went ahead with a Darragh Brogan free but with only 40 seconds left on the clock Red Hughs won a free and slotted over the bar.

Neamh- as a negating prefix (non-, in-, im-) is often pronounced with a final v sound, like neamh for Heaven usually is. There are hundreds of examples of this prefix, so Ill just give a few here, ranging from the short and sweet (neamhaird, disregard), to the delightfully lenited (neamhbhalbh, outspoken, i.e.

5) Our final pronunciation example is nimh, the Irish word for poison or venom. Here we have the slender initial n (as in canyon) and the mh sounding like a v. The vowel in the middle is a short i, so the words essentially rhymes with give and live (as in to live, not as in live music). No relation to The Rats of NIMH, the American book and movie title, where NIMH stands for ? (freagra thos).

We could also say that this name is vaguely seasonal since Niamh C(h)inn ir was indirectly associated with Naomh Pdraig. Quite indirectly, in that after this Niamh allowed Oisn to leave Tr na ng and visit Ireland, Oisn died upon touching Irish soil and, in some versions of the story, he was converted by St. Patrick to Christianity before he died.

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One key feature for all the words in this series (naomh, neamh, neamh-, Niamh, and nimh) is that the mh at the end is never pronounced like an actual mh combination in English. Mh would be rare enough in English anyway, but there are a few examples (Amharic, armhole), with the m and the h having separate sounds. And the Irish mh is also not like the occasional word or place name we might encounter in Hindi, which has a complete set of consonants followed by h (bh, as in Mahabharata; dh, as in dharma; gh, as in ghee or ghat, etc.). The one example Ive been able to find so far for an initial mh, which might possibly make it into an English (or Irish) language discussion, is the place name Mhowgaon (in Madhya Pradesh), but I think we can safely say thats not going to be much of an issue for Irish pronunciation practice.