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It's seer-sha and means freedom. Nice wee name but mine's obviously better.
What does your name mean?
It means something like "dry lake"
A Turlough is a dry lake. Coming from the Irish words Tirim=dry and lough=lake. The name itslef means Instigator.
Mad Mac wrote:
why have you changed your name?
Whenever I read your name "Yerascrote" I think about "You're a scrotum"
I dunno :no: . I am infamous for bad associations tho.
I think that is what you are meant to think.
It's a local colloquial way of saying it.
Indrid Cold wrote:
So the same word that means "dry lake" also means "instigator"?
Do Irish people have a different language or something?!
Yes, its called Gaelic.
Also spoken in Highland Scotland, Wales, Cornwall and Brittany.
Aah so are those names in Gaelic? Or are they in English but just prounounced funny?
A bit of both now because Gaelic is just about dead as a language.