Our Founding Fada

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Hang your heads.

This afternoon.

An interfaith service at Glasnevin Cemetery where the Taoiseach laid a wreath at the Necrology Wall, where the names of all those who died as a result of the 1916 conflict, in chronological and alphabetical order, are inscribed.

Don Reilly writes:

Should be ‘Éirí Amach na Cásca’…


Top pic: Rollingnews

23 thoughts on “Our Founding Fada

  1. Chuckie

    Is it not a fairly common typographical practice to refrain from putting accents on capital letters?

    1. Dav

      It’s still incorrect, either way. Both i’s are the same, making it either éírí/eírí or éiri/eiri

    1. Mark My Little Words He'll Be Back in RTE in 12 Months

      They do if you’re an ignoramus. Try accent acute. Big difference between Ç and É.

      1. Deluded

        Nope, that’s a “cedilla”: Ç
        This is a “circumflex”: ˆ

        Mark has little to be worried about here.

      1. Mark My Little Words He'll Be Back in RTE in 12 Months

        An here, you could never accuse them of being anti-semantic though.

  2. Mark My Little Words He'll Be Back in RTE in 12 Months

    Awesome Headline! Ah shure we need to update the narrative for the @Labour luvvies anyway- from Brits Out to Fadas Out.

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