Definition of fleadh in English:

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Pronunciation: /ˈflɑː/

Entry from British & World English dictionary


A festival of Irish or Celtic music, dancing, and culture.
Example sentences
  • There's a lot of songs and music associated with it, and they used to hold a lot of festivals and fleadhs there.
  • All entries and fee for the fleadh must be in before Thursday May 1.
  • All competitors who took part in the fleadh and who represented their county and province so well deserve to be congratulated.


From Irish fleadh ceoil 'music festival'.

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