Iate   Téarma Foclóir.ie Cookies help us deliver our services. Irish <> English dictionary, monolingual Irish dictionary and other resources for the Irish language. This is a searchable electronic version of Ó Dónaill’s Irish-English Dictionary which was first published in 1977; the original text of the dictionary is faithfully adhered to. - III - IV, • Ancien law of Ireland: Irish texts & translation in English (1865-1901) : I & II - III - This handy set of photos shows pupils the vocabulary for various occupations. JavaScript is disabled, the functionality of Lexilogos is unavailable. IV - V, • An Biobla Naomhtha: Old Testament by William Bedel (Uilliam Bhedel) & New Testament by William Daniel (Uilliam Ó Domhnuill) (17th, 1817 edition), • An Tiomna Nuadh: the New Testament by William Daniel (17th, 1892 edition) in Irish script, • Leabhuir an Tsean Tiomna: the Old Testament by William Bedel (17th, 1827 edition) in Irish script, • The Gospel according to st. John in Irish, with an interlined English translation, by Owen Connellan (1830), • The two first books of the Pentateuch (Genesis & Exodus) by Thaddæus Connellan (1819), • The Psalms of David in the Irish language, by Norman MacLeod (1836), • books about the Gaelic literature: Google books & Internet archive. Knows not just Vicífhoclóir Yandex.Translate is a mobile and web service that translates words, phrases, whole texts, and entire websites from English into Latin. A mythical being with magical powers, known in many sizes and descriptions, although often depicted in modern illustrations only as small and spritely with gauze-like wings, and revered in some modern forms of paganism; a sprite. English to Irish Translation tool includes online translation service, English text-to-speech service, English spell checking tool, on-screen keyboard for major languages, back translation, email client and much more. Warning! early glossaries, • Foclóir.ie: English-Irish dictionary by Tomás de Bhaldraithe (1959) & new words, • Teanglann: Foclóir Gaeilge-Béarla, Irish-English dictionary by Niall Ó Dónaill (1977), An Foclóir Beag, Irish-Irish dictionary, by Niall Ó Dónaill & Pádraig Ua Maoileoin (1991), English-Irish Dictionary, by Tomás de Bhaldraithe (1959) (+ audio), • Pronunciation database to listen to words in the major dialects, namely Connacht, Ulster and Munster, • PotaFocal: Irish-English dictionaries, • Intergaelic: Scottish-Irish Gaelic & Manx-Irish Gaelic dictionaries & translation, • Foclóir Gàidhlig-Gaeilge [PDF] Scottish-Irish Gaelic dictionary, by Kevin Scannell (2016), • Foclóir Manainnis-Gaeilge [PDF] Manx-Irish Gaelic dictionary, • Téarma: Irish-English dictionary (terminology), • Iate: multilingual terminological dictionary (European Union), • Gramadach lexicon: Irish > English dictionary, • thematic vocabulary: phrases (+ audio) & grammar, • Gaois, Corpas comhthreomhar (corpus of legislation): translations of phrases, Irish-English, • Irish-Russian.net: ирландско-русский словарь : Irish-Russian dictionary (with phonetics), • common phrases Irish-English (+ audio), • common phrases & expressions Irish-English (+ audio) (free limited access), • common phrases Irish-English (with phonetic), • Irish phrases for radio [PDF] Irish-English vocabulary, • Irish proverbs with translation in English, • English-Irish phrase dictionary by Lambert McKenna (1922), • Foclóir gaedhilge agus béarla, Irish English Dictionary being a thesaurus of words, phrases and idioms of the modern Irish language, with explanations in English, by Patrick Dinneen (1904), • Larger English-Irish dictionary, Foclóir béarla-gaedhlige, by Timothy O'Neill-Lane (1917), • Learner's English-Irish dictionary for use in schools and colleges and by students in general, by An Seabhac (Pádraig Ó Siochfhradha), • Irish-English dictionary by Edward O'Reilly & revised by John O'Donovan (1864), • English-Irish Dictionary, intended for the use of students of the Irish Language, by Daniel Foley (1855), • English Irish Dictionary by Thaddæus Connellan (1814), • Focalóir Gaoidhilge-Sax-bhéarla or An Irish-English Dictionary, by John O'Brien (Seán Ó Briain) (1768), • The English Irish Dictionary, An Foclóir Béarla Gaoidheilge, by Conor O'Begly (Conchobhar Ó Beaglaoich) & Hugh MacCurtin (Aodh Bhuidhe Mac Cuirtin) (1732), • Gaelic names of plants (Scottish, Irish and Manx) with notes on their etymology, their uses, plant superstitions… by John Cameron (1900), • The role of Foclóir Gaeilge-Béarla, Niall Ó Dónaill, in Irish language lexicography in the 20th century, by Liam Mac Amhlaigh (2008), • Tracing inspiration in proverbial material: from The Royal Dictionary (1699 & 1729) of Abel Boyer to The English-Irish Dictionary (1732) of Begley and McCurtin, par Marcas Mac Coinnigh, in International journal of lexicography (2012), • In Dúil Bélrai: Old Irish dictionary, • Early Irish glossaries database: Cormac's glossary (Sanas Cormaic), O'Mulconry's glossary & the collection of Druim Cett (Dúil Dromma Cetta), • Sanas Chormaic: Cormac's glossary (10th century) translated and annoted by John O'Donovan (1868), • Three Irish glossaries: Cormac's glossary, O'Davoren's glossary & Glossary to the calendar of Oingus the Culdee (1862), • Focalóir Gaoidhilge-Sags-Bhéarla, Irish-English dictionary by John O'Brien (1832), • Focalóir Gaoidhilge-Sax-Bhéarla, Irish-English dictionary by Edward Lhuyd (1768), → Gaelic keyboard to type the acute accent & ancient characters, • BBC: Irish lessons, basic vocabulary (+ audio) (BBC), • Independent: phrases in Irish with English translations (+ audio), • Nualéargais: Irish grammar (in English or in German), • Irelandman: Irish lessons (in German), • Irish by Raymond Hickey, in Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire (2012), • Gramadach na Gaeilge, an caighdeán oifigiúil: the official standard for the Irish language (2017), • Graiméar Gaeilge na mBráithre Críostaí [PDF] Gaelic grammar by the Christian Brothers (in Irish), • First Irish Grammar by the Christian Brothers (1920), • Aids to the pronunciation of Irish by the Christian Brothers (1905), • Aids to Irish composition by the Christian Brothers (1910), • Graiméar na Gaedhilge: grammar of spoken Irish, by the Christian Brothers (1906) (in English), • Grammar of the Irish language by Patrick Joyce (1896), • Compendium of Irish grammar by Ernst Windisch (1882), • Easy lessons or self-instruction in Irish by Ulick Bourke (1867), • Grammar of the Modern Irish language by Charles Wright (1860), • The college Irish grammar by Ulick Bourke (1856), • Grammar of the Irish language by John O'Donovan (1845), • Practical grammar of the Irish language by Owen Connellan (1844), • Grammar of the Irish language by Henry Monck Mason (1839), • Practical grammar of the Irish language by Paul O'Brien (1809), • An introduction to the Irish language by William Neilson (1808), • Description d'un parler irlandais de Kerry by Marie-Louise Sjoestedt-Jonval (1938), • A dialect of Donegal being the speech of Meenawannia in the parish of Glenties, phonology and texts, by Edmund Crosby Quiggin (1906) or online text, • Die araner Mundart: The Aran islands dialect, grammar & Irish-German dictionary, by Franz Nikolaus Finck (1899), • books about the Irish Gaelic language: Google books