Wiktionary:About Primitive Irish

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Primitive Irish (ISO 639-3 code pgl) is defined here as Goidelic terms dating to the 6th century or before and written in Ogham. Later terms may be considered Old Irish, Middle Irish, Modern Irish or Scottish Gaelic. Please also note that not all inscriptions in Ogham are necessarily in Primitive Irish.

All terms should have an entry with a title in Ogham, and another entry with the transliteration as its title, that has the following line:

# {{form of|Romanization|{{Ogham}}|lang=pgl|sc=Ogam}}: {{translation}}.

where {{Ogham}} is replaced by the title of the main entry for that word in Ogham, and {{translation}} is the translation of the word in question into English.