Báirín Breac

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Báirín Breac

Is císte é báirín breac. Arán giosta ina bhfuil sabhdánaigh agus rísíní le fáil is ea é. Is císte de bhunaidh Éireannach é agus tá dlúthbhaint aige le Oíche Shamhna. Bhí sé de nós fáinne a chur ann. An té a bhfuair an fáinne, dúradh go raibh siad le pósadh go luath.

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Luaitear báirín breac in amhrán de chuid Van Morrison, "A Sense of Wonder":

Pastie suppers down at Davey's chipper
Gravy rings, barmbracks

Wagon wheels, snowballs.

Luaitear in Dubliners le James Joyce iad chomh maith. Seo sampla ón chéad alt de ghearrscéal leis, Clay:

The fire was nice and bright and on one of the side-tables were four very big barmbracks. These barmbracks seemed uncut; but if you went closer you would see that they had been cut into long thick even slices and were ready to be handed round at tea.


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