- Old Irish
- noun the Irish Gaelic language up to c.1000, from which modern Irish and Scottish Gaelic are derived.
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Old Irish — Goídelc Pronunciation [ˈɡoiðʲelɡ] Spoken in Ireland, Isle of Man, western coast of Great Britain … Wikipedia
Old Irish — n. the Gaelic language of Ireland from the earliest period to the 11th cent … English World dictionary
Old Irish — Old′ I′rish n. peo the Irish language as attested in manuscripts prior to c900 Abbr.: OIr • Etymology: 1885–90 … From formal English to slang
Old Irish — noun Irish Gaelic up to about 1100 • Hypernyms: ↑Irish, ↑Irish Gaelic … Useful english dictionary
Old Irish — noun Date: 1876 the Irish in use from the seventh century to about 950 see Indo European languages table … New Collegiate Dictionary
Old Irish — the Irish language before c900. Abbr.: OIr [1885 90] * * * … Universalium
Old Irish — noun The Irish language as attested from the sixth to the tenth centuries A.D … Wiktionary
Old Irish — /oʊld ˈaɪrɪʃ/ (say ohld uyrish) noun the Irish language before the 11th century … Australian English dictionary
Old Irish units of measurement — In old Irish law, a wide variety of measurements were used. Contents 1 Length 2 Area 3 Capacity 4 Mass 5 Time … Wikipedia
Old Irish (to 900) — ISO 639 3 Code : sga ISO 639 2/B Code : sga ISO 639 2/T Code : sga ISO 639 1 Code : Scope : Individual Language Type : Historical … Names of Languages ISO 639-3