How Did Ireland Get Its Name?


Ireland was means Ire, derived from the son of Mile and he was the first man of that clan to be buried on the island. It is said that the Greeks called the land Ogygia, which is to say the most ancient land, and this is suitable, for it is a long, long time since it was first inhabited.
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Ireland got its name from one of there queens. They thought it would be nice to name it after her. Ireland means Emerald Isle because its so green.
To its natives, Ireland is home, the place they love, it is where their family are and all the things that are special in their life. It is the music and culture that they grew up
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