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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Names_of_the_Irish_state

There have been various names for the state that is today officially known as Ireland. The state .... Two different Irish language names were used: Poblacht na hÉireann and Saorstát Éireann, based on two competing Irish translations of the word ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89ire

Éire is Irish for "Ireland", the name of an island and a sovereign state. The English ... [hide]. 1 Etymology. 1.1 Difference between Éire and Erin. 2 As a state name; 3 Spelling Eire rather than Éire; 4 Other uses; 5 Footnotes; 6 Bibliography ...

irishpost.co.uk/irelands-many-names-and-their-meanings

Jun 13, 2016 ... Ogygia is another Greek name for our country, first mentioned in Homer's ... The Romans were keen enough to give Ireland a handful of names ...

irishempire.org/news/news-politics/what-is-the-correct-name-for-ireland/8

Its name in Irish is Éire and in the English language Ireland. ... our country as the ' Republic of Ireland' but only because they realized that other countries would ...

crosswordtracker.com/clue/another-name-for-ireland

Another name for Ireland is a crossword puzzle clue.

www.stpatricksday.com/spdc_content/ireland-history-facts/the-origin-of-the-name-ireland-in-english-or-eire-in-irish

Through the centuries, Ireland has been known by many names. ... The Celts were responsible for three other names by which the country was known. When the ...

uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110623080400AA1qTB1

Actually Britons come from Britain, not England. The English are called 'saes' ( strangers) by the Welsh. The French are called 'French' - 'frogs' ...

www.babynamesofireland.com

Notice how the names of the students reflect the tremendous growth of Gaelic names and Irish names in Ireland from 27 different ones in 1901 to over 180!

www.irishgenealogical.org/page/problem-names-any-other-name

Did they use different given names (first names) during their lifetime? ... Because Ireland was the destination for many immigrant groups over the ages, an Irish ...