Free Reading Foclóir Gaeilge-BéarlaAuthor Niall Ó Dónaill – Avengersinfinitywarfullmovie.de

An chuid is coitianta de st r focal na Nua Ghaeilge m ni i mB arla agus neart sampla d n s id T idir chaint bheo na Gaeltachta agus shaibhreas focal fhoins liteartha na teanga mar aon le t arma ocht an lae inniu tugtha le ch ile san fhocl ir luachmhar seoIs iad na foirmeacha caighde nacha at ar na focail a bhfuil mini ag gabh il leoT na foirmeacha sin bunaithe ar na rialacha a leagadh s os sa leabhr n Gramadach na Gaeilge agus Litri na Gaeilge An Caighde n Oifigi il Baile tha Cliath


10 thoughts on “Foclóir Gaeilge-Béarla

  1. Sheila Sheila says:

    I m a student of the Irish language and this is a must for serious learners Goodreads asked me what page I m on in Focl ir Well it s a dictionary so any page when I need it.


  2. Davis Davis says:

    You can t go wrong with this book It is by far the most comprehensible Irish to English dictionary available What is , it often includes dialectal versions of the words, so if you re reading in dialect you can still find the meaning Further, it also contains samples of the words in use, showing you how native speakers use them, which often removes the B arlachas This book is honestly a must buy for any serious Irish learner.Be warned the book is slightly out of date, dating from th You can t go wrong with this book It is by far the most comprehensible Irish to English dictionary available What is , it often includes dialectal versions of the words, so if you re reading in dialect you can still find the meaning Further, it also contains samples of the words in use, showing you how native speakers use them, which often removes the B arlachas This book is honestly a must buy for any serious Irish learner.Be warned the book is slightly out of date, dating from the 70s However, it is still far and away the best resource available, especially when reading older texts


  3. K K says:

    Easily the best dictionary for modern Irish I thoroughly recommend this dictionary to anyone who is serious about the Irish language Of course the contents of the book can be found on teanglann.ie but I personally prefer to have a physical copy.