Thread poster: jeanledu
| | jeanledu
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Irish to French
I am translating a gaelic (Irish) book into French. Some words in my Irish-English dictionay are rare (wrasse) or anglo-irish (keeler). Any dictionay that would help me ?
| Irish -English or Irish - French || Dec 3, 2003 |
Dia dhuit a chara!
Not sure what you are looking for, is it a dictionary of rare Irish terms or Anglo-Irish terms or an Irish - French dictionary?
What type of Irish i.e. Connacht, Munster, Ulster??
Found this online for "wrasse" - seems to indicate that it is a type of fish as in English, it's donegal irish though.
ballán(2), Saghas éisc, "ballan wrasse"?, tá poll iascaireachta ar gach fuile thaobh duit ar ghrách leo cuid mhór ballán a mharbha ann. 1835 236
any context for keeler? Are you sure it's not a name?
I don't have this dictionary but it come's recommended: It's about $47.50
Focloir Gaeilge-Bearla/Irish-English Dictionary
by Niall O'Donaill
Slán agus beannachtaí,
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