Gaelic Ireland (Irish: Éire Ghaelach) was the Gaelic political and social order, and associated culture, that existed in Ireland from the late prehistoric era until the early 17th century. Before the Norman invasion of 1169, Gaelic Ireland comprised the whole island.
A larger minority speak Irish as a second language, with 40.6% of people in the Republic of Ireland claiming some ability to speak the language in the 2011 census. Article 8 of the Constitution of Ireland states that Irish is the national and first official language of the Republic of Ireland.
Aug 02, 2021 · Mirren – a popular name from the sixth century Irish Saint Mirin. Moira – a more modern version of the Gaelic name Máire. Niamh – bright or radiant. Nora – from the name Honora, which means Honor in Latin. Peighton – noble women, of noble birth. Rioghnach – a woman who is a ruler, a royal, a queen. Rowan – little redhead. Saoirse ...
Neasa f Irish, Irish Mythology From Old Irish Ness, meaning uncertain.In Irish legend she was the mother of Conchobar.She installed her son as king of Ulster by convincing Fergus mac Róich (her husband and Conchobar's stepfather) to give up his throne to the boy for a year and then helping him rule so astutely that the Ulstermen demanded that he remain as king.