goidèlic

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Etymology[edit]

From English Goidelic, from Old Irish Goídel (Gael). As with English, this term is used to avoid the ambiguity associated with the term gaèlic (Gaelic).

Adjective[edit]

goidèlic m (feminine goidèlica, masculine plural goidèlics, feminine plural goidèliques)

  1. Goidelic (pertaining to the Goidels or the Goidelic languages)

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Noun[edit]

goidèlic m (plural goidèlics, feminine goidèlica)

  1. Goidel

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Proper noun[edit]

goidèlic m

  1. Goidelic (language family)

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