An Ghaeilge. Ón Vicipéid, an chiclipéid shaor. Poblacht na hÉireann (538,283), an Ríocht Aontaithe (95,000), Ceanada (7,195), Stáit Aontaithe Mheiriceá (25,000), An Astráil (1,895 duine á húsáid mar theanga theaghlaigh, gan trácht ar chainteoirí aonair). Ceann de theangacha oifigiúla an Aontais Eorpaigh. Timpeall 200,000 le ...
Oct 25, 2012 · Spelling/orthography. One of the first things you notice when looking at Scottish Gaelic (at least, if you’re an Irish speaker or learner) is that the accent marks slant the other way. At one point, both Irish and Scottish Gaelic had both acute (right-slanting) and grave (left-slanting) accents.
Feb 27, 2017 · That is, incorporate contributions to Wikipedia as assignments in African languages and linguistics classes. This is actually a variation on a theme previously discussed on this blog. It is prompted by an observation made by Michael Everson comparing treatment in the English Wikipedia of the Irish language and the Wolof language (as an example ...
Mar 31, 2003 · We’ve had Iraqi ire; here’s Irish ire. Choose your terms and it will give you an Irish curse, with pronunciation. Example: English: May the hounds of hell destroy your underwear. Irish: Go scriosa cúnna ifrinn do chuid fo-éadaigh. Phonetic: guh SHKRIH-suh KOO-nuh IHF-rin duh khwihj FO-AY-dee. Via Out Of Ambit. Update (Feb. 2020).
Mar 10, 2019 · The “Irish Script On Screen” description says that the Irish text is a translation from a 12th century Latin version, which is highly plausible and highly unsurprising, but is a lot less cool than a translation directly from Arabic into Irish would be.
Sep 04, 2021 · This page contains a list of all 325 languages for which official Wikipedias have been created under the auspices of the Wikimedia Foundation.The list includes 11 Wikipedias that were closed and moved to the Wikimedia Incubator for further development, leaving a current total of 314 active Wikipedias.
Therefore, I will modify certain Wauja words in the Wauja Wicktionary to conform with current Wauja orthographic standards. The Wauja are in the process of standardizing their orthography; we can expect that a small number of similar changes will be required in the future. Emi-Ireland 00:00, 14 February 2017 (UTC)