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Definition of Irish


  1. Of or pertaining to Ireland or to its inhabitants; produced in Ireland.
  2. The natives or inhabitants of Ireland, esp. the Celtic natives or their descendants.
  3. The language of the Irish; the Hiberno-Celtic.
  4. An old game resembling backgammon.

Irish Quotations

I think there's nothing better than laughing in life, so that's nice, to be thought of as someone who can make someone laugh. It's 'cause I think life is hard. You know, my dad was a really silly man. A great Irish silly man. And that's fine.
Joan Cusack

I think being a woman is like being Irish. Everyone says you're important and nice, but you take second place all the same.
Iris Murdoch

Well, we know that eighteen years after that solemn declaration it was disregarded, and the Irish Parliament, which lasted for five hundred years, was destroyed by the Act of Union. Gentlemen, the Act of Union was carried by force and fraud, by treachery and falsehood.
John Edward Redmond

There is no way in which we can retrospectively erase the Treaty of Vienna or the Great Irish Famine. It is a peculiar feature of human actions that, once performed, they can never be recuperated. What is true of the past will always be true of it.
Terry Eagleton

I don't hate redheads! The millionaire men - wealthy men - never pick them. Every time I offer them they say no. I could say the most gorgeous redhead in the world and they'll say no, they don't want it. Now if you ask an Irish guy in Ireland, he says 'yes,' because that's indigenous to that country.
Patti Stanger
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Irish Translations

irish in Afrikaans is Iers
irish in Dutch is Iers
irish in Finnish is irlantilainen
irish in French is irlandais
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