ok how many know what this means without googling it?

United States
December 25, 2008 4:20pm CST
As some of you know I really love gaelic or celtic music. So without having to google it how many of you know what these two parts of the song Heartland sung by Celtic Thunder means....No cheating lol. A Thiarna Dean Trocaire A Chriost Dean Trocaire Oh ok go for it. Just thought it would be fun to see if anyone knows what it means...well besides me and I only know because I have been "learning" a few phrases.
4 responses
@apples99 (6562)
• United States
25 Dec 08
Well I'm not gonna lie I dont know what gaelic means exactly lol, but I have listen to some Celtic music before I listen to a lot of different styles of music I enjoy a little Celtic woman, I watched them, the other day on PBS TV those lady's have beautiful singing voices but I'm not sure if thats the same kind of Celtic music your referring to But I love most kinds of music whatever the style well almost every style, but I never cared much for Jazz music but I can still appreciate the talent behind that music style but I just cant get in to Jazz theres a lot of talented musicians who play Jazz but its just not my style, but other then that, I pretty much love most music.
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• United States
26 Dec 08
Celtic thunder is the mens group similar to celtic women. I listen to both of them and more celtic music. Gaelic is the old Irish language.
@usercom (125)
• Indonesia
25 Dec 08
Nice try,, lol
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• United States
25 Dec 08
???
@usercom (125)
• Indonesia
25 Dec 08
lol
@Amythyst (59)
• United States
25 Dec 08
I think the second part is referring to Christ. That's all I would know. I think the trocaire might have to do with holy, trinity, or perhaps something else. I listen to Celtic music but it's sung in English, but I usually find that in European languages if a word looks similar to a word in American English it's about the same thing, however it's not always true, so I would likely be off at least in my idea of trocaire. I studied some Ancient Greek, but not Celtic.
• United States
25 Dec 08
You got part of it right the refferance to Christ. You are a little off n the trocaire part though. But so far you are the closest one!! YEAH!! I have studied french, spanish and latin in highschool and college. I am studying gaelic on my own. I just love old languages.
@katrhina23 (1282)
• United States
25 Dec 08
i have no idea...
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• United States
25 Dec 08
LOL. I know I wouldn't have had a clue had I not been reading up on things like that.