|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|gaeilge to english||0.62||0.8||6495||3|
|gaeilge gan stro||1.34||0.5||2584||48|
|gaeilge bearla dictionary||0.39||0.3||7965||88|
|gaeilgeoir na seachtaine||1.14||0.8||8105||39|
|gaeilge i mo chroi||1.52||1||4215||8|
|gaeilge curriculum primary||1.46||0.3||3951||35|
Gaeilge is the name for Irish in the Irish language. Béarla is the name for the English language in the Irish language. Gaeilge is the word where the English language word “Gaelic” is derived from.What are some Irish Gaelic phrases?
Irish Gaelic Phrases and Expressions Irish Gaelic Phrases most Irish people know. Cad is ainm duit? ... Gaelic Expressions that are good to know. Cad as dhuit? ... Merry Christmas in Gaelic. The Irish Gaelic phrase for Merry Christmas is 'Nollaig shona dhuit' (pronounced Null-ig hun-ah gwit). Happy Birthday in Gaelic. ... Póg mo thóin. ... Pages Related to Irish Gaelic Phrases. ...How do you say Cheers in Irish Gaelic?
The standard way of saying “cheers” in Irish is “sláinte,” but there are many more terms and phrases you can offer in toast when speaking the Irish language. Here are a few of the most helpful to know.Is Irish the same as Gaelic?
The Irish language is the Celtic language of Ireland (the same one as “Irish Gaelic”). Irish people generally refer to the language of Ireland simply as “Irish“. “Gaeilge” is the name for Irish in the Irish language.