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Seeing the word “Slainte” popping up all over Google today? The term means “Cheers” or “Good Health” in Gaelic and is a common saying on St. Patrick’s Day. So in case you run into Colin Farrell tonight, here are some Irish sayings you could use to impress him.

OK! GALLERY: CELEBRATE ST. PATRICK’S DAY WITH THESE IRISH STARS!

To add to your merriment, celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with some Gaelic-Irish sayings!

While Slainte might be the most common word known, check out a list, via the Huffington Post, below! Whipping these out will charm the Irish and beat them at their own game!

OK! NEWS: ST. PATRICK’S DAY HISTORY — CELEBS WHO HAVE KISSED THE BLARNEY STONE!

Dia Dhuit: Hello!
Slainte: Good Health! / Cheers!
Erin Go Bragh: Ireland Forever!
• Beannachtai Na Feile Padraig Oraibh: St. Patrick’s Day Blessing Upon You!
Ni Fhaca Me La Fada Thu: Long Time No See!
Go N-Eiri An T-Adh Leat: Good luck!
Gabh Mo Leisceal: Excuse me!
Graim Thu: I Love You!

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