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ePub Focloir Gaeilge-Bearla/Irish-English Dictionary download
Author:
Niall O'Donaill
ISBN13:
978-1857910384
ISBN:
1857910389
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Publisher:
Colton Book Imports (January 1, 1997)
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Foreign Language Study & Reference
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Foclóir Gaeilge-Béarla (Ó Dónaill, 1977).

Foclóir Gaeilge-Béarla (Ó Dónaill, 1977).

English-Irish Dictionary (1959) Foclóir Gaeilge-Béarla (1977). We have a range of videos on YouTube to help users get the most out of the dictionary

English-Irish Dictionary (1959) Foclóir Gaeilge-Béarla (1977). New English-Irish Dictionary. Welcome to Foras na Gaeilge's New English-Irish Dictionary. Have you seen our channel on YouTube? We have a range of videos on YouTube to help users get the most out of the dictionary.

But for learning how to write and speak Irish, both the English-Irish dictionary and the pronunciation hints are essential

But for learning how to write and speak Irish, both the English-Irish dictionary and the pronunciation hints are essential. By the way, one of the best things about this dictionary is the cross-referencing.

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English-Irish Dictionary (1959) Foclóir Gaeilge-Béarla (1977)

English-Irish Dictionary (1959) Foclóir Gaeilge-Béarla (1977). Frequently Asked Questions.

Teanglann: Foclóir Gaeilge-Béarla, Irish-English dictionary by Niall Ó Dónaill (1977), An Foclóir Beag, Irish-Irish dictionary .

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. Larger English-Irish dictionary, Foclóir béarla-gaedhlige, by Timothy O'Neill-Lane (1917).

Dónaill received his education at St Eunan's College in Letterkenny and went on to study in University College Dublin.

Foclóir Gaeilge–Béarla (Ó Dónaill).

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  • I agree, this dictionary is indispensable. A thorough, well-written dictionary, it is so helpful in providing many, many examples of common usage. I think it is a must-have for learning Irish as you begin reading more. The 'school' dictionary I first used is also excellent and valuable, but there are times you won't find what you need there. The O'Donaill's Focloir Gaeilge-Bearla is a wonderful resource. Do not hesitate to buy it; it's worth every cent and more.

  • Visually easy to read entries (exhaustive/long). Glad I bought it. Just be aware that the dictionary is Irish to English, and not English to Irish.

  • Love this! Hard cover version! The best! Can't wait to learn more Gaeilge! Thank you!

  • very good

  • Not really what I was looking for... It seems the norm for a bilingual dictionary to translate both ways.

  • I bought my copy of the paperback edition of this book (ISBN 978-1-85791-037-7) in August 2016 from Kenny's Bookshop in Galway via an order to one of Amazon's partners. Currently I can't get this book shipped by Amazon to Australia.

    This is an awesomely comprehensive dictionary, equal to the best bilingual dictionaries for other languages. I have only two very tiny criticisms of this dictionary. It doesn't have English-Irish, and it doesn't have pronunciation hints. For these two purposes, I use "Focloir Scoile : English - Irish Dictionary (English and Irish Edition)", which is truly excellent for pronunciation, but has limited word-count and limited detail in the definitions. (I also received this from Kenny's Bookshop via the same Amazon partner.) I understand that pronunciation has wide variations, but for a beginner, any hints on pronunciation are better than wild guesswork.

    So when I look up words, I nearly always use both of these dictionaries together. The big Foclóir Gaeilge-Béarla on its own would be most suitable for reading Irish-language literature. But for learning how to write and speak Irish, both the English-Irish dictionary and the pronunciation hints are essential.

    By the way, one of the best things about this dictionary is the cross-referencing. It contains many alternative spellings of words, which have references to the main entries. It also has many conjugated and declined forms of words which are difficult to guess from the main entries. These are comprehensively referred to the correct sub-entry of the correct entry.

  • You can't go wrong purchasing this book. It is by far the most comprehensible Irish to English dictionary available. What is more, it often includes dialectal versions of the words, so if you're reading in dialect you can still find the meaning. Furthermore, it also contains samples of the words in use, showing you how -native speakers- use them, which often removes the Béarlachas. This book is honestly a must-buy for any serious Irish learner.

  • That's it. If you are serious about learning Irish, you simply cannot do without it. I gave it five stars because it is simply the best, and not too expensive, for such a big and comprehensive dictionary.