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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_language

The Irish language (Gaeilge), also sometimes referred to as Gaelic or the Irish Gaelic language, .... In November 2016, it was reported that many people worldwide were learning Irish through the Duolingo app. Irish president Michael Higgins ...

www.fluentin3months.com/irish-language

[Note: If you'd like something interesting to read in Irish (translated by natives from the Gaeltacht) check out the full version and now uprgaded Language ...

www.daltai.com/proverbs/the-bigger-world/is-fearr-gaeilge-bhriste-na-bearla-cliste

Broken Irish is better than clever English. ... Note also: The Irish word for the English Language is Béarla. Unlike most other cases, ... Return to The Bigger World.

thegeekygaeilgeoir.wordpress.com/tag/gaeilge

(welcome!). Stick around! We love to share our language, and you're welcome to join us! It's a small world, and the Irish-speaking world is even smaller. Bígí linn!

www.irishtimes.com/culture/books/gaeilge-goes-global-irish-language-works-on-world-map-1.2902595

Dec 12, 2016 ... No world map of Irish fiction or list of stories featuring non-Irish settings and themes would be complete without taking into account the ...

www.dailyedge.ie/gaeilge-is-the-best-language-in-the-world-1945992-Mar2015

Mar 1, 2015 ... YOU MIGHT NOT have been absolutely in love with the language in school, but there are plenty of things about Gaeilge that makes it extremely ...

www.duchas.ie/en/nom

This is a collection of surnames that developed from the work of the Irish Folklore Commission. ... here under an open licence by Fiontar & Scoil na Gaeilge, DCU and the National Folklore Collection, UCD. ... UNESCO Memory of the World.

www.dfa.ie/global-irish

Global Irish provides information for Irish people and people of Irish descent living outside of Ireland, helping them maintain their connections to Ireland.

www.udaras.ie/en/an-ghaeilge-an-ghaeltacht/stair-na-gaeilge

Irish is a Celtic language, as is Scottish Gaelic, Manx Gaelic (Manx), Welsh, ... who speak and learn the language, not only in Ireland but around the world.