Q:

What does Gra Go Deo mean?

A:

Gra Go Deo is an Irish phrase, and it means love forever. It is commonly used with Le in front, which changes it only slightly, to mean, to love forever.

Gra Go Deo is often inscribed on Celtic wedding rings, which are also decorated with Celtic knots, a seemingly endless cord, or vine, woven into a knot that does not have a clear starting or ending point. The knots are said to represent the unending cycle of life.

To confirm the meaning of Irish words, like Gra Go Deo, a person can either use an Irish-to-English dictionary, or search for a translator tool online. If using a translator tool, it is ideal to enter each word individually and as a phrase. This is because languages rarely translate exactly from one to another, and checking meanings of each word as well as the entire phrase increase the likelihood of getting a precise interpretation.

When using a translator tool for educational purposes, the translated responses are not always exact, so students preparing translations for a class should work through each phrase looking for discrepancies. Some teachers and most native language speakers can catch when a translator tool has been used, and many schools consider the use of this type of technology, instead of studying, to be plagiarism.


Is this answer helpful?

Similar Questions

  • Q:

    Where should you go in Brussels on New Year's Eve?

    A:

    The center of Brussels, Belgium, is traditionally a very busy place on New Year's Eve, according to the City of Brussels. Many people gather on the Place de Brouckère, or the Grand Place, to watch the New Year's Eve countdown.

    Full Answer >
    Filed Under:
  • Q:

    What do the colors on the Greek flag mean?

    A:

    Blue and white on the Greek flag represent the sky and the sea. The sea is critical to Greek livelihood. Much of Greece's industry is related to the sea, hence the importance of the color blue to the Greeks. Scholars also believe that the blue and white of the Greek flag may also be associated with Greek gods or goddesses.

    Full Answer >
    Filed Under:
  • Q:

    What does the eagle on the Polish flag mean?

    A:

    The white eagle that appears on some Polish flags is the national coat of arms of Poland. The symbol first appeared on 12th century Polish coins and is still used on flags, publications and merchandise to represent Poland.

    Full Answer >
    Filed Under:
  • Q:

    What does "trop belle" mean in French?

    A:

    The French words "trop belle" translate to "too beautiful" or "too good," depending on the context. The words "trop belle" can also describe an object that is too nice or an occasion that is too much fun.

    Full Answer >
    Filed Under:

Explore