gaèlic

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See also: Gaelic

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Etymology[edit]

From English Gaelic, ultimately from Old Irish Goídel(Gael).

Usage notes[edit]

When context is not sufficient to resolve the ambiguity with this term, the terms goidèlic(Goidel, Goidelic) and irlandès(Irishman, Irish) are preferred.

Adjective[edit]

gaèlic m ‎(feminine gaèlica, masculine plural gaèlics, feminine plural gaèliques)

  1. Irish (pertaining to Irish or the Irish language)
  2. Gaelic (pertaining to the Gaels or the Gaelic languages)

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Noun[edit]

gaèlic m ‎(plural gaèlics, feminine gaèlica)

  1. Gael
  2. Irishman

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Proper noun[edit]

gaèlic m

  1. Irish (the Irish language)
  2. Gaelic (the Gaelic family of languages)

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