I would like the gaelic translation for Karma and how to pronounce it. Also is there a symbol...
for Karma that is Gaelic? thanks
You'd probably use the Sanskrit word for 'Karma' as it is its own concept, however there was a saying "Filleann an feall ar an bhfeallaire," roughly, "The treachery returns to the betrayer."
After some more research, the literal translation of "What goes around comes around," which is more-or-less Karma's angle, is "Ní raibh feall riamh nach fillfeadh" in Irish Gaelic, according to Answers.com
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_%27Wh … ish_Gaelic
However there is different Gaelics, i.e. Scottish Gaelic, Irish Gaelic, and so-on.
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