Da Bhfaghainn Mo Rogha Dhe Thriur Acu
DESCRIPTION: Gaelic. "A woman asks jocosely which suitor she should marry, a tailor, [a blacksmith, or a fisherman], and gives reasons why each in turn would be unsuitable."
EARLIEST DATE: 1952 (OCroinin/Cronin-TheSongsOfElizabethCronin)
KEYWORDS: foreignlanguage marriage work
FOUND IN: Ireland
REFERENCES (1 citation):
OCroinin/Cronin-TheSongsOfElizabethCronin 44, "Da Bhfaghainn Mo Rogha Dhe Thriur Acu" (2 texts)
NOTES [17 words]: The description follows the "English Summary" provided by OCroinin/Cronin-TheSongsOfElizabethCronin. - BS
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