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Shamrock Clubwis 6m
Peine dhuit fein, fuinseog dod mhac, dair do mhac do mhic. Pine for your lifetime, ash for your children, and oak for your grandchildren.
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MotherTonguesIreland Sep 19
Niamh lives in Connemara and speaks as every day. She and her mum Fiona talk Communions, Australia and the need for a good "scáth báistí". Listen at
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Deoraí Sep 12
***Full music video now live*** Brand new music from Deoraí, ‘Páiste Bocht’ is now live to watch in full here: It’s a story of a child who enters into a new land after a long and arduous journey and the vid was directed by filmmaker, .
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John O'Brien ⭕ Seán Ó Brıaın Sep 18
Using to get around England's 'Rule of 6'
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Biodiversity Ireland Sep 18
We're very happy to announce the release of our reports on Citizen Science Recording Activity from January to June 2020! Check out the recording activity of your County here: These reports are also available as
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Fran O'Reilly 16h
The scammers have discovered Google Translate, fair play to them 🤣
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Gaeilge Vibes Sep 18
When asked to sum Friday up in one word, these are the responses I got. ☺️
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Fearghal Duffy Sep 19
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Claire Mortimer 7h
If you plan on visiting the Blaskets at any stage have read of 'Twenty years a Growing' or better still 'Fiche Bliain ag Fás'. Going in as one of my favourite reads.
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Maria Johnston Sep 19
Tricksy, slippery feat of poetic acrobatics across Irish and English by that master sleight-of-hand duo Aifric Mac Aodha and David Wheatley in today’s ⁦
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Seán Ó hAdhmaill Sep 18
Buntáiste breise na ! Learn Irish it’s good for the health* *
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Ciara Uí Chonduibh Sep 18
today all about language development, will you be a narrator or a conversationalist? This could easily he adopted in a Gaeilge setting ar ndóigh!
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Fearghal Duffy Sep 17
Small pike - Liús as - in the river at
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Celtic Students/Mic Léinn na Ceiltise 16h
Happy Sunday! Why not listen to a podcast while going on a nice walk? There’s been lots made available recently, including ’s & ! The episodes so far focus on , , and ! , Spotify etc
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John M Sep 18
Hey why is Irish/Gaeilge not a language preference? ?
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Oisín Ó Dubhthaigh Sep 18
I've been working on these County Reports for a while and delighted that they're now live on the website at the following link: What's even better is that they're available both in English and as (in Irish).
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amykeatinge Sep 18
Does anyone remember in their Irish oral, the question for the modh coinníolach could be - “if you were Taoiseach for the day what would you do?” How would you answer that in today’s climate ?
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Séighin Ó Ceallaigh Sep 13
An attempt to censor , particularly for historians who write in both English agus like myself. Óglaigh na hÉireann is the Irish version of IRA. Are historians now going to be fined for writing or speaking about Irish history in our native tongue ?
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Meggan O Reilly Sep 18
Newest Print “Beidh Gach Rud Ceart Go Leor.” “Everything will be ok” . . . . .
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Tuigim Sep 17
Seanfhocal an lae Ní sia gob an ghé na gob an ghandail. The goose's beak is no longer than the gander's
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