What is Irish Gaelic?

  • (noun): The Celtic language of Ireland.
    Synonyms: Irish

Some articles on gaelic, irish, irish gaelic:

Jane (given Name) - Name Variants
... Seona (Scottish) Seonag (Scottish Gaelic) Seónaid (Scottish Gaelic) Shana (English) Shauna (English) Shavonne (English) Shawn (Irish) Shawna (English) Sheena (Scottish) Shena (Irish) Shona (Scottish ...
List Of Cities In The Americas With Alternative Names - S
... Saint John, New Brunswick Baile Sheáin (Irish Gaelic) Saint Paul, Minnesota Sento Pōru - セントポール (Japanese) Salvador da Bahia Salvador (Catalan, Danish ... John's Baile Sheáin (Scottish Gaelic, Irish Gaelic), Baile Naoimh Éoin (Irish Gaelic), Sanctus Ioannes (Latin), Saint Jean (French), San Juan de Terranova (Spanish), Sankt Johannes in der Neuen Welt (German ... Sento Ruisu - セントルイス (Japanese), Naomh Laoisech (Irish) San Ignacio, Paraguay סן איגנסיו (Hebrew), Shèngyīgénàxīào ...
Shelta
... Shelta is a language spoken by Irish Travellers, particularly in Ireland, but also parts of Great Britain ... that stems from a community of travelling people in Ireland that was originally predominantly Irish Gaelic speaking ... in a language based heavily on Hiberno-English with heavy influences from Irish and Gaelic ...
Infantry Corps (Ireland) - An Chéad Chathlán Coisithe
... An Chéad Chathlán Coisithe (English The First Infantry Battalion) was established as an Irish language speaking unit in Galway in 1924 ... was seen as very important as far as the status and use of the first official language (Irish Gaelic) of the State was concerned ... In modern times, the use of Irish Gaelic as a working language in Óglaigh na hÉireann would appear to have been abandoned, even in An Chéad Chathlán ...
Katherine (given Name) - Popularity and Variations - World Languages
... Akaterina (Turkish) Cadi (Welsh) Cáit (Irish) Caitlín (Irish) Caitlin (English) Caitlyn (English) Caitria (Irish Gaelic) Caitrín (Irish Gaelic ...

Famous quotes containing the word irish:

    The Irish are the only men who know how to cry for the dirty polluted blood of all the world.
    Norman Mailer (b. 1923)