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A traditional Irish Gaelic greeting meaning "A Hundred Thousand Welcomes"

Cead- Hundred
Mile- Thousand
Failte- Welcome(s)

Something you might see on a sign at an airport when arriving in Ireland
Tom went to answer the knock at the door and hollered "Cead mile failte!" as he answered it and saw his family from over in the states.
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Literally means a hundred thousand welcomes...

Used as... "Hello", but only tourists in ireland use it or people who are talking to Irish people... Irish people don't actually use it themselves...
by Cully April 01, 2003
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