Gaelic Language Translation

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About Gaelic Language

Gaelic language is formed by a dialect continuum stretching from the south of Ireland. This language belongs to the Goidelic group of languages. The subdivisions of this language are Irish, Scottish Gaelic and Manx. The Gaelic branch is also known as Q-Celtic language.

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About Gaelic Language

Goidelic

Country Where Spoken

Brazil, Canada, United Kingdom, USA.

Official Language of

Ireland

Region

Western isles northwest and southwest coasts; Cork, Donegal, Galway, Isle of Mann, Kerry, Meath, part of Mayo, Scotland (Albain), Waterford

Alternate Names

Erse, Gaeilge, Irish, Goidelic

Total Speakers

475,000

Language Family

Celtic, Goidelic, Indo-European, Insular Celtic

Dialects

Connacht (Western Irish), Donegal (Ulster, Northern Irish), Munster-Leinster (Southern Irish)