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Irish translation: Gaeilge

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English term or phrase:Irish
Irish translation:Gaeilge
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10:16 Sep 12, 2001
English to Irish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Irish
What is the Irish word for Irish?
Sebastian Riddle
Gaeilge
Explanation:
Gaelic: The English name for the Celtic language of Ireland (Gaeilge), Scotland (Gaidhlig), and the Isle of Man (Gaelg, Gailck); commonly pronounced 'Gay-lik' in Ireland, 'Gallik' in Scotland, where it is often referred to, especially by its speakers, as the Gaelic...
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Gaeilge


Explanation:
Gaelic: The English name for the Celtic language of Ireland (Gaeilge), Scotland (Gaidhlig), and the Isle of Man (Gaelg, Gailck); commonly pronounced 'Gay-lik' in Ireland, 'Gallik' in Scotland, where it is often referred to, especially by its speakers, as the Gaelic...


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