Relating to the Goidelic group of Celtic languages, particularly Scottish Gaelic, and the speakers of these languages and their culture
A Celtic language spoken mainly in the highlands and islands of western Scotland. It was brought from Ireland in the 5th and 6th centuries ad and is now spoken by about 58,000 people
Coffee served with cream and whisky
A movement founded in 1893 to revive Irish language and culture
A type of football played mainly in Ireland between teams of fifteen players, with a goal resembling that used in rugby but having a net attached. The object is to kick or punch the round ball into the net (scoring three points) or over the crossbar (one point)
another term for Irish (the language).
The Celtic language of Ireland