I know of no Irish person who uses it and it sounds as strange to Irish people as it does to most other people. In fact, I am not sure where that phrase originated though I have heard it rumoured that it may be from New Zealand but I wouldn't bet on it. I give a non-linguistic pronunciation guide to the expression, a fairly literal translation and an equivalent English expression. It is important to know that some Gaelic expressions vary from one dialect to another. I will go into these differences in more detail elsewhere. Anyway most people in Ireland learn standard Gaelic in school, basically a mix of all three dialects.
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