Food in Irish language

I'm hungry

Munster Tá ocras orm /taw uck-rus urm/
Ulster Tá ocras orm /ta ok-rass oh-rum/
Connacht Tá ocras orm /taw uck-rus urm/

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I'm starving!

Munster Táim stiugtha leis an ocras! /toym styoog-ha lesh on uk-rus!/
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drink

Munster deoch /jyuk/

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water
uisce

I'm thirsty
Tá tart orm

meals
béilí

food
bia

breakfast
bricfeasta

milk
bainne

bread
arán

butter
im

egg
ubh

poached egg
ubh scallta

scrambled egg
ubh scrofa

sugar
siúcra

salt
salann

sausage
ispín

pudding
putóg

marmalade
marmaláid

toast
arán tíortha

lunch
lón

supper
suipéar

dinner
dinnéar

rasher, ham
bagún

ham
muchmhás

gravy
súlach

meat
feoil

potato
práta

chips, french fries
sceallóga prátaí

potatoes
prátaí

chicken
sicín

tea
tae

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