Erin go Bragh(redirected from Érin)
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Erin go Bragh
An English corruption of the Irish language phrase Éirinn go Brách, typically translated as "Ireland forever" and used to express allegiance to or enthusiasm for the country and cultural identity. St. Patrick's Day is almost here, a time when everyone in the city brings out their "Erin go Bragh" spirit.
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