Definition of Gaeltacht in English:

Gaeltacht

Line breaks: Gael|tacht
Pronunciation: /ˈgeɪltəxt
 
, ˈgeːltəxt/
(the Gaeltacht)
A region of Ireland in which the vernacular language is Irish.

Origin

Irish, earlier Gaedhealtacht, from Gaedheal 'Gael' + tacht 'talk, speech'.

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