[Solved] What does the Irish phrase “Erin go Bragh” mean?

The Quiz: What does the Irish phrase “Erin go Bragh” mean?

Drink up, friends!
Ireland forever
God bless you
Kiss me, I’m Irish

“Erin go Bragh” is a phrase one is likely to hear while visiting Irish pubs on St. Patrick’s Day. With roots that trace back to the Irish Rebellion of 1798, the phrase invokes great national pride for the Emerald Isle, literally translating to mean “Ireland to the end of time,” or “Ireland forever.” Throughout history, it has been a source of Irish pride, even appearing on a flag flown by an Irish American unit in the Mexican-American War.

The correct answer to this quiz is Ireland forever.

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