Green, White and Gold

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From the 19th century, to describe an earlier flag that incorporated a golden harp. The term is still used informally even though the modern Irish flag is green, white and orange.


the Green, White and Gold (uncountable)

  1. (informal) The flag of the Republic of Ireland.

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