Oops: "Uigeadail", not "Uidgeadail".


Typo correction in both subject and body of my previous post: "Uigeadail", not "Uidgeadail". Dunno how I managed to do that.
Apparently the meaning of "Uigeadail" is "dark, mysterious place". And while I've never been to the loch (yet), the whiskey does seem to live up to that name.
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Hallo zusammen, Robbie Hatley schrieb: > Apparently the meaning of "Uigeadail" is "dark, mysterious place". > And while I've never been to the loch (yet), the whiskey does > seem to live up to that name.
"ùig/ùige" is a proper name and "dàil" is a dale or a meadow. What irritates me is the word order, because if this is supposed to mean "meadow of ùig", then the word order should be the other way around. -- bye andy r.
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Andy Rodemann
In article > Hallo zusammen, > > Robbie Hatley schrieb: > > > Apparently the meaning of "Uigeadail" is "dark, mysterious place". > > And while I've never been to the loch (yet), the whiskey does > > seem to live up to that name. > > "?ig/?ige" is a proper name and "d?il" is a dale or a meadow. What > irritates me is the word order, because if this is supposed to mean > "meadow of ?ig", then the word order should be the other way around.
Just chiming in to say it's good to see a few posts in this group again.
I like all the peaty Ardbegs I have tasted, but the several of us gathered in my living room the other day brought in the New Year with the Laphroaig 10. -- bill
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bill van
> the several of us > gathered in my living room the other day brought in the New Year with > the Laphroaig 10.
I enjoyed a Laphroaig 10 over the holidays as well, courtesy of my brother- in-law. I have a bottle of the Uigeadail on my Islay shelf, as well as the standard Ardbeg 10. They're not my go-to whiskies, but when you're in the m ood for peat and iodine--especially in the winter--they're hard to beat.
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Ardbeg is still one of my all time favs "bill van" wrote in message news:billvan-83CE80.23590802012016@shawnews.vc.shawcable.net... In article > Hallo zusammen, > > Robbie Hatley schrieb: > > > Apparently the meaning of "Uigeadail" is "dark, mysterious place". > > And while I've never been to the loch (yet), the whiskey does > > seem to live up to that name. > > "ùig/ùige" is a proper name and "dàil" is a dale or a meadow. What > irritates me is the word order, because if this is supposed to mean > "meadow of ùig", then the word order should be the other way around.
Just chiming in to say it's good to see a few posts in this group again.
I like all the peaty Ardbegs I have tasted, but the several of us gathered in my living room the other day brought in the New Year with the Laphroaig 10. -- bill
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