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From: "camb1" <>
Subject: Re: Question re hymn -gaelic words?
Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2001 20:33:33 -0000
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Hello Jean and fellow listers,
I am told the phrase "Leanabh an aigh" above the words of "Child in the
Manger" means "Child of happiness". My Gaelic source also suggests that the
English words in the Hymnary could be a rather free translation of the
original Gaelic version by Mary MacDonald.
Bill Campbell.


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