Road sign in Irish and English

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photo credit: Addison Berry some rights reserved. The Doegen Records Web Project A project of the Royal Irish Academy Library This digital archive of Irish dialect recordings made during 1928-31 comprises an important collection of early Irish language recordings of folktales, songs and other material. It includes recordings from many regions of Ireland where traditional […]

Road sign in Irish and English

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photo credit: Addison Berry some rights reserved. DMLCS- Celtic-Latin Word List The Celtic-Latin Word-List is a working checklist of distinctive vocabulary found in the texts being treated by the Royal Irish Academy’s Dictionary of Medieval Latin from Celtic Sources (DMLCS) project. –Royal Irish Academy Everyday English and Slang in Ireland Welcome to the original, deadliest […]

Road sign in Irish and English

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photo credit: Addison Berry some rights reserved. Hiberno-English Archive This site will be of interest to students and scholars of Anglo-Irish literature, students and scholars of Hiberno-English and English dialects in general, Irish people and those of Irish ancestry who are interested in how and why Irish people speak the way they do, those with […]

Road sign in Irish and English

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photo credit: Addison Berry some rights reserved. The O’Byrne Files © Dublin Slang Dictionary and Phrasebook Conversation in Dublin is like a maze, filled with twists and turns, unexpected paths, and mined with surprises to trap the unprepared visitor. So, in the interests of world peace and harmony – N. O’Byrne Yola Yola is an […]