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Irish Love Sayings
In other words, you mostly use nouns to say that someone is your sweetheart, your darling, your pulse yes, it gets rather anatomical , your heart, your snookums. You might recognize that as coming from Eoin This throaty sound is not in English but it is found in Scottish Gaelic, Aleut, Yemenite Hebrew, Arabic, and Klingon, where I think it exemplifies the gutturality of that invented tongue. Eyeball-motion tracking and all that. For the inside of a wedding ring, presumably, only the intended would see the inscription, so adding the name would be optional but a nice touch!
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