The usual bad habit in school Irish is to use clann, which is completely, earthshatteringly, capitally punishably wrong. (OK, it is true that it has started
(An leasú deireanach 13 Iúil 2017) Abhac nó abhacréalta a thugtar ar réalta nach fathach d’aon chineál í. Mar sin is abhaic iad réaltaí
The Irish military oath for officers of the permanent defence force has the following wording: Mionnaímse/Dearbhaímse [name], go solamanta go mbead dílis d’Éirinn agus tairiseach don Bhunreacht
The language of aviation is English, and even in languages less endangered than Irish, aviation terms commonly are relatively raw borrowings from English. However, we sure can
Killary Harbour, in Irish an Caoláire Rua, is a long, narrow sea-inlet in Connacht, between County Galway/Contae na Gaillimhe and County Mayo/Contae Mhaigh Eo. A place
Democratic Unionist Party = an Páirtí Aontachtach Daonlathach. Treated as a definite noun construction, with a definite article. Genitive: an Pháirtí Aontachtaigh Dhaonlathaigh. Sinn Féin.