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The database currently supports German, English and Irish (gaeilge).
At the moment, the database supports German, English and Irish (Gaeilge).
English and Irish (Gaeilge) are the two official languages ​​of the Republic of Ireland, but Northern Ireland also has the soft sounds of Ullans, a Scottish dialect.
English and Irish (Gaeilge) are the two official languages ​​in the Republic of Ireland, and Northern Ireland is where you'll hear the soft strains of Ullans.
New official languages ​​of the European Union. Article of May 25, 2007 As of January 1, 2007 Irish (Gaeilge) has been added to the catalog of official EU languages.
New official languages ​​of the European Union Article of 2007-05-25 Irish (Gaeilge) has been included in the catalog of official languages ​​of the EU as of 1 January 2007.
Subject: Status of an official language for Irish (Gaeilge)
Subject: Official language status for Gaeilge
Article 314 refers to the contract languages, including Irish (Gaeilge), which means that this language will in future be taken into account for promotion purposes in the same way as other Community languages.
Article 314 refers to the Treaty languages, including Gaeilge (Irish), and consequently this language will henceforth be given equal consideration with other community languages ​​for promotion purposes.

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Though that Irish (Gaeilge) is a contractual language under Article 314, it is not listed as an official language in secondary legislation.
It has particularly expressed its concern that the route envisaged for the wall has in a number of places departed significantly from the green line.
Though that Irish (Gaeilge) is a contractual language under Article 314, it is not listed as an official language in secondary legislation.
Gaeilge, while a Treaty language under Article 314, is not listed under secondary legislation as an official language.
The current official language of the Republic of Ireland, Irish (or Gaeilge) comes from the Celtic language.
The current first official language of the Republic of Ireland, Irish (or Gaeilge) stems from Celtic language.
Can the Council confirm that the procedure for recognizing the Irish (Gaeilge) as the official language a request to this effect from Irish Government, and can the Council briefly describe the further procedure after such a request?
Can the Council confirm that the procedure for granting the status of the official language to Gaeilge is for an application to this effect to be made by the Irish Government, and can the Council outline the procedure that would follow such an application?
Can the Council confirm that the procedure for recognizing the Irish (Gaeilge) as the official language a request to this effect from Irish Government, and can the Council briefly describe the further procedure after such a request?
Far more important, however, was the Gaelic League, founded in 1893 (Irish: Conradh na Gaeilge).
This had much to do with the founding in 1893 of the Gaelic League (Conradh n / A Gaeilge).
Foras na Gaeilge (Irish-Gaelic pronunciation:, German: “Institut der Irish Language ", often abbreviated to FnaG) is an intergovernmental institute for affairs of the Irish Language in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Foras na Gaeilge (Irish pronunciation :, "Irish Institute"; often abbreviated to FnaG) is a public body responsible for the promotion of the Irish language throughout the island of Ireland, including both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
We also have the Televís na TV channel this year Gaeilge put into operation in which only Irish is spoken.
We have also launched this year Telefís na Gaeilge, at all-Irish-speaking television station.
In 1908 he moved to Dublin, having long been involved in Irish Independence and cultural organizations like Sinn Féin, the Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB), the Ancient Order of Hibernians and Conradh na Gaeilge.
In 1908 he moved to Dublin, by which time he already had a long involvement in several Irish separatist and cultural organizations, including Sinn Féin, the Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB), the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Gaelic League.
The biggest event that Foras na Gaeilge accompanied, Seachtain is na Gaeilge ("the week of Irish"), which is carried out worldwide in connection with St. Patrick's Day.
The largest series of events core-funded by Foras na Gaeilge is Seachtain na Gaeilge, held annually in the run up to St Patrick's Day with events held throughout the world.
"Ag Cothú Phobal na Gaeilge"it says in the subtitle:" The promotion of Irish Language and community "means that in a sense. This clearly defines the aim of this newspaper.
The subtitle under the masthead, "Ag Cothú Phobal na Gaeilge", means" Support of the Irish language and community "and, thus, indicates the objective of this newspaper.
An Coimisiún le Rincí Gaelacha was made in the late 1920s by Conradh na Gaeilge - the Gaelic League - set up as a commission with the aim of organizing the Irish Check dance. The commission had its first meeting in 1930.
To Coimisiún le Rincí Gaelacha was established by Conradh na Gaeilge - The Gaelic League - in the late twenties as a commission for the purpose of examining the organization of Irish. The body first met in 1930.
The Áras Mháirtín Uí Chadhain ("Máirtín Ó Cadhain House"), which opened in 1977, is one of the Oifig na centers in the Gaeltacht Gaeilge Labhartha (“Office of the spoken Irish Language ") from the National University of Ireland, Galway.
Áras Mháirtín Uí Chadhain is one of the Gaeltacht centers of Oifig na Gaeilge Labhartha (the Department of Spoken Irish) of the National University of Ireland, Galway.
Languages ​​in the Republic of Ireland The Gaelic language in Ireland - Gaelige or Irish as they say in Ireland - is a Celtic language and according to the Institute for the Promotion of Irish Language "Foras na Gaeilge"one of the" oldest and most historic written languages ​​in the world ".
Languages ​​in the Republic of Ireland The Gaelic language in Ireland - Gaelige, or Irish as it's known locally - is a Celtic language and one of "the oldest and most historic written languages ​​in the world" according to Foras na Gaeilge.
Does the Commission agree that Gaelic Sign Language should be recognized as an official language as the Irish Language in the bilateral British-Irish Good Friday Agreement (1998) was granted equal status and An Gaeilge is recognized as an official EU language?
Does the Commission agree that Gaelic sign language should be recognized as an official language, given the equal status granted to the Irish language under the bilateral British-Irish Good Friday Agreement (1998), and given that To Gaeilge is recognized as at official EU language?
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