gaelicising's examples

  • Return to Signs. A Right Molyneux. Observed at Thomas St, Dublin, on 9 November 2007 (origin: Fr. Local) From Normandy, De Moulins, De Moulines, De Molineus. From Moulins, a town on the river Allier, in France, so called from the great number of water mills there. Fr., Moulin, a mill. Return to Signs. — “Gaelicising the Hugonauts”,
  • In 1944 he found himself based near Cairo before heading to Iraq and finally Burma. I have also thought about gaelicising my name too - not because I want to show my irishness but because it is hard to spell. — “The Poor Mouth: Another of my dad's stories”,
  • * gab * gabardine * gabardines * gabbard * gabbards * gabbart * gabbarts * gabbed * gabber * gabbers * gabbier * gabbiest * gabbiness * gabbinesses * gabbing * gabble * gabbled. — “Words that begin with letter 'G'?”,
  • Inevitably, there's a confident chapter called 'Divining with Ogham', the mystical and arboreal nature of the ogham alphabet being an article of faith among Gaelicising neo-druids - ideas long shown by scholars of early Ireland to be built on very shaky foundations indeed. And so it goes on. — “Theologies of Immanence / Living Druidry”,
  • 28 February 2010 Edited by Pat Leahy. From our many friends in the banking community, one hears that not unhandsome severance is One commends the party for its progress made so far in Gaelicising the party'. — “Brennan banking on electorate to develop amnesia | The Post”,
  • In the light of history, fairy tales can be discussed with all solemnity as potent forces Irish nationalism, long dormant; in the Gaelicising of everything, down to postage stamps. — “ROCKING THE CRADLE | The Harvard Crimson”,
  • Words that start with HYDROTHERAPEUTIC : Words starting in HYDROTHERAPEUTIC Word lists: All words, By Lenght, Letter Mix, All Unique Letter. Some random words: miscreated. straightforwardness. gaelicising. — “Word hydrotherapeutic meaning. Word hydrotherapeutic”,
  • This article is supported by the Clans of Scotland WikiProject, which gives a central approach to Scottish clans and related subjects on Wikipedia. But just Gaelicising the surname isn't the same thing. IMO, just Gaelicising 'Clan Macleod' to Clann Mhic Leòid, just for the. — “Talk:List of Scottish clans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Words Starting With G: gab,gabardine,gabardines,gabbard,gabbards,gabbart,gabbarts,gabbed,gabber,gabbers,gabbier,gabbiest,gabbiness,gabbinesses,gabbing,gabble,gabbled,gabblement,gabblements,gabbler,gabblers,gabbles,gabbling, gaelicising. — “Words Starting With G”, words-starting-with-
  • BBC Northern Ireland political editor Mark Devenport's blog He asks the Culture Minister if the practice by Sinn Fein of "gaelicising the names of members from a Unionist background, during exchanges in the. — “BBC - The Devenport Diaries: A word from Mervyn O'Storey”,
  • CAIN: Issues: Language: O'Reilly, C. (1997) Nationalists and the Irish Language in Northern Ireland: Competing Perspectives the relationship of the Catholic church with the language movement, the gaelicising of west Belfast, the 1991 Census, Irish in the arts, economic activity, broadcasting, prisons. — “CAIN: Issues: Language: O'Reilly, C. (1997) Nationalists and”,
  • 11 letter words beginning with G: gabbinesses, gabblements, gaberlunzie gaelicising. gaelicizing. gaillardias. gainfulness. gaingivings. gainsayings. gainstrived. gainstriven. gainstrives. galactoside. galactosyls. galavanting. galivanting. gallabiyahs. gallabiyehs. gallantness. gallantries. gallbladder. gallerygoer. — “11 letter G words : 11 letter words beginning with G”,
  • Words starting with G (page 1): gab, gabardine, gabbard, gabbart, gabbed, gabber, gabbier, gabbiest, gabbiness, gabbing, gabble, gabbled, gabblement, gabbler, gabbles, gabbling, gabbro, gabbroic, gabbroid, gabbroitic 90 gaelicising. — “Words starting with G (page 1)”,
  • Noting the trend of people 'Gaelicising' or 'Scotticising' their names, plus little books of 'Names for Cornish Children' and such, I asked if a similar thing was possible with English personal names, grafting on some degree of 'Old Englishness'. — “Dispatch dated 19th Sep 2003”,
  • In 1299, he was holding half a tuath in Glancarbery which corresponds to the present parish of Kilfergus or Glin. The romantic title, The Knights of Glin, can be attributed to the gaelicising of the Anglo-Normans of Desmond, the titles being similar to Gaelic chieftainships. — “UL Special Collections - Archives - Knight of Glin”,
  • Read Glloorriias MySpace Blog! New blog topics added every minute.Home movie editing We grant they are Home movie editing, those beauties all, So You roll like snow-balls, gaelicising as you swerve, 20 And remissness seven agriculturists, when dispossess'd of one. In the strugling windle-straws. — “Glloorriia's MySpace Blog |”,
  • SF is to blame for hostility to Irish language - I WRITE in response to the letter (January17) about the Irish language from FrancieBrolly, MLA, of Sinn Fein. 'gaelicising' the names of Unionist MLAs, hence Unionists called David are sneeringly. referred to as Daithi and Ian Paisley Junior. — “SF is to blame for hostility to Irish language - Belfast Today”,
  • Sir As a commentator on British-Irish relations, I always read the distilled wisdom of John A Murphy with great interest. However, in his review of Murphy recognises that the Gaelicising project of the nationalist revolution has failed and that "Irish society absorbs much of popular British. — “Irish State has not yet come of age - Letters, Opinion”,
  • Gaelicising Sinn Féin. BY JIM McVEIGH & SÉANNA WALSH. SINN FÉIN has a record of activism around the Irish language that we can be proud of. We have worked in partnership with many of the Irish-language bodies over many years. It was Sinn Féin that ensured that the Irish language was written. — “An Phoblacht: Labhair í agus mairfidh sí”,
  • Search Results > Search Results for "gaelicising" No documents match the query. Search for books related to your query at : Search Now:. — “Search Results for "gaelicising"”,

related videos for gaelicising

  • Five in a row for the Dubs Despite a brave effort from Kildare, Dublin closed out the Leinster Senior Football Final to claim their fifth title in a row.
  • The Derry Air Kevin McGuckian The club, the GAA and playing football by the Derry star.
  • We can take the Cats - Declan Fanning Tipperary half back Declan Fanning know's the Premier won't get things as handy this Sunday as they did against Limerick in the semi-final. The sides met earlier this year in the league final and the Killenaule man reckons Tipp will draw on the experience of that game to get over the line on Sunday.
  • Dalo's Dubs won't be in awe of cats Dublin haven't won a Leinster Senior hurling title since 1961, Kilkenny are going for five in a row. Anthony Daly is fully aware of the task that faces his side, Galway threw everything at the reigning All-Ireland Champions and still fell short of the mark. Two lads any team would love to have in their forward line is David O'Callaghan and Richie Hogan. The two talk about the Leinster final, nailing their place on the first 15 and what a win would mean to both sides.
  • Meath give Dublin minimal bother Pat Gilroy's side are up and running in their quest for another Leinster title.
  • Mickey Ned hoping for an upset Mickey Ned O'Sullivan is more aware than anyone else that anything can happen in 70 minutes of Championship football. Back in 1992, Mickey Ned was manager of a hightly fancied Kerry team who went down to rank outsiders Clare in the Munster Final. He is hopeful of a similar upset when his Limerick side take on Cork in the Munster Final.
  • Buckley 'Big step up on Sunday' Limerick captain Seanie Buckley would relish the opportunity to be the first Limerick man since 1896 to lift the Munster Trophy. Limerick were unlucky not to beat the rebels last year, when two late Cork goals denied the Shannonsiders of victory. The Drom Broadford clubman realises they will have to up their performance from the Clare and Tipperary games if they are to contend with the reigning Munster Champions.
  • Mullane ready for Munster showdown He's been on fire so far this summer and was the difference between Waterford and Limerick in the Munster Semi-Final. The De la Salle clubman has seen finals come and go in the last twelve months but realises the strength of the Tipperary opposition and says they are one of the only teams out there capable of beating Kilkenny. Mullane shares his views on the Munster Final and what he thinks of Tipperary.
  • My All Ireland Preperations by Michael Kavanagh Hard to understand what it must be like to prepare for one of Ireland's traditional sporting showpieces, but one man well used to getting into the zone for an All Ireland Senior Hurling Final is Kilkenny corner back Michael Kavanagh. Ahead of this year's season decider against Tipp the black and amber defender is appealing for the usual understanding from family, friends and relations.
  • John Galvin looking for 70 minute performance He's been kicking football with the Limerick senior set up since 1999 and knows that Munster Finals don't come around every season. Galvin thinks this Limerick team has benefited from new ideas and new training techniques under the guidance of former Kerry great Mickey Ned O'Sullivan.
  • Life at Number 14 Joe Canning The Galway hurling sensation on the Tribesmen's Portumna backbone, Leinster and the job of following up his first senior season.
  • It's Kerry v Cork in the 2009 All Irl SF Final Far from a cl*s*ic but Kerry managed to dispose of Meath and set up an all Munster All Ireland Final.
  • Watch Kilkenny parade the Liam McCarthy in 08 The Cats homecoming on Noreside last September.
  • Dual star Lucey 'It's hard to combine the two' He may very well be one of the rare types of GAA player out there- a dual one. He says diving his time between the hurling and football panels is diffictult but the GP from Croom wouldn't have it any other way. The Limerick hurling side are gone the back door route, and Stephen knows the importance of making the most of whats infront of him. A Munster Football final doesn't come around very often in Limerick and he's hoping that they take the game to Cork. Stephen talks about coming back into the football panel after taking a few years out and combining the two sports.
  • Why Kildare's back in the big time Earley It's been some season so far for Dermot Earley, putting in player of the game performances for the Lilly whites in their path to the Leinster Final. Seeing off the challenge of Offaly and Laois sets them up for a final appearence with Dublin where they hope to bridge a nine year gap and bring home the Leinster Championship. The Army Captain talks on his former life as a basketball player, team morale, younger lads on the Kildare panel and his own U21 playing days.
  • Life with Limerick Ollie Moran The Ahane clubman and evergreen Limerick star on graduating from the great team of the 90's and trying to live with the big boys.
  • Limerick and Waterford draw in Thurles Limerick came back to secure a draw in their Munster Senior Hurling Championship clash.
  • Griffin backs Waterford to take Tipp Bannerman Tony Griffin is backing Waterford to beat Tipperary in this Sundays Munster Senior Hurling Final. His own county were unlucky to loose out to Tipperary in the Semi-Final after a second half come back. The Ballyea clubman reckons the Deise will have too much experience over their neighbours and he talks Munster Final and his own game versus Galway.
  • Sam revisits Tyrone in 08 Watch a day in the life of one of Ireland's most famous pieces of silverware.
  • Dubs demolish Westmeath There was no where to hide in Croke Park for Westmeath Senior Footballers when they found themselves on the receiving end of a extensive beating from the Dubs. The win sets Dublin up for their fifth consecutive final The fans were in full voice after.
  • Henderson plays up Tipp Former Kilkenny great John Henderson reckons that Kilkenny will have it all to do to claim their historic four in a row in this Sundays All-Ireland hurling final. Impressed by the blue and gold this season, Henderson reckons that Tipp are a well balanced side and will have learned a lot from the league final earlier this year. Henderson lined out the last time the sides met in the 1991 All-Ireland final with the Premier coming out on top that day.
  • Donovan ready for rebel challenge Limerick midfielder Jim Donovan thinks Limerick's path to the final will stand to them when they face Cork. A disappointing league campaign has been put behind them and the St Kieran's club man thinks that it will go down to a battle at mid field.
  • So Close and yet so far Shane McGrath Tipp's dynamic midfielder on running the cats close in the league final, and being big in Ballinahinch.
  • Competition for places is unreal Willie Ryan Much like Kilkenny competition for a place in the premier starting 15 has led to several players who would be expected to start for other counties finding themselves on the bench. The Tipp forward line is one of the most difficult sectors to dislodge. However the Toomevara forward and Tipp captain isn't dispirited at his squad role.
  • Hanley we must get past quarter finals this year Following a hard fought win over Sligo in the semi final Galway are back into a Connacht final this Sunday when they face old rivals Mayo. There has been no love lost between the two sides in recent years and both will be looking to progress in the All-Ireland series after. Galway full back Finian Hanley talks about current Galway form, new lads on the team and tips for keeping keeping lads playing GAA as opposed to soccer and rugby.
  • Why Michael Jordan is my hero Tommy Walsh The Kerry forward's revealed one of basketball's biggest names is someone he looks up to and he's been talking about his intercounty experience.
  • Kilkenny improvement required says Fennelly Despite reaching the final game of the season, reigning All-Ireland Champs Kilkenny need further improvement in order to capture the historic four in a row, according to the Cats former All-Ireland winning captain Liam Fennelly. The ex Noreside great believes Tipp will provide Kilkenny with their biggest test in recent memory.
  • My 4 in a row dream Brian Hogan He's been on every winning All Ireland Senior Hurling team for the past three years and now Brian Hogan back from injury is 70 minutes away from an incredible 4 in a row.
  • Tipp won't fear Kilkenny says Leahy The man who first put Mullinahone on the Tipp senior hurling map has been giving his assessment on how the 2009 All-Ireland senior hurling final will turn out. Former selector, All Star and Tipp All-Ireland winner John Leahy reckons the Premier will be drawing on the history books to motivate the blue and gold to end Kilkennys reign and bid for four in a row.
  • Kerry have the edge Frank McGuigan The former Tyrone supremo has picked up an MBNA legend award and has been talking about this weekends football fair.
  • Don't believe the hype King Henry Henry Shefflin on trying to avoid getting caught up in 4 in a row talk and growing up in a dressing room of legends.
  • My hope for a long summer Joe Bergin Years in the shadow of Tyrone and Kerry and returning from injury are some of the reasons the Galway senior footballer is hoping to be still playing in September.
  • Limerick legend Carey on Munster Final His point in the 1996 Munster Hurling Final against Clare is one of the greatest scores ever witnessed. The Patrickswell club man may never have won an All-Ireland with Limerick but he is widely regarded as one of the greatest hurlers of the last 25 years. Ciaran shares his thoughs on the 2009 Munster Final, his own playing days and that famous point in 96.
  • How to break the mould Anthony Daly The former All Ireland winning Clare captain on what made him as a player Croke Park memories and what he's brought to Dublin.
  • Cavanagh says Tyrone won't take Antrim for granted Reigning All-Ireland Champions Tyrone line out in this Sundays Ulster final with plenty of form to their credit having beaten Armagh and Derry on route to the final. Their opponents Antrim haven't won the Anglo Celt cup since 1951 and the Liam Bradly managed side will go into the game as serious under dogs. Tyrone want to pick up as much silverware as possible this season but sharpshooter Sean Cavanagh knows that it will be no walk in the park on Sunday. Cavanagh shares his views on the final, injury worries in the camp, Antrim and some tough choices he made as a ***ager.
  • Tipp ready for the Cats Sheedy It's 2001 since Tipp last bagged the Liam McCarthy trophy. Premier boss Liam Sheedy and selector Micheal Ryan were on the blue and gold losing side in 1997 when Clare claimed honours and the pair are hoping that pain can push Tipp towards the new winners podium.

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  • “Shelbourne FC Official Chat Forum Index : Current Affairs It seems surprising, then, that the Proclamation was an English-language-only document and that it made no reference to a Gaelicising policy”
    — Shelbourne FC Official Chat :: View topic - Proclamation read,

  • “Read Home movie editing by Glloorriia on MySpace Blogs! New blogTopics added every minute. Home movie editing We grant they are Home movie editing,”
    — Home movie editing - Glloorriia's MySpace Blog |,

  • “I was wondering if anyone here knows the Irish form of McKeeve and McKeever? I think all Republicans have a duty to start Gaelicising their names, addresses, and using as much Irish as possible so Ireland”
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  • “Also the policy of Gaelicising Ireland has not worked for the simple reason that English Free forum | © phpBB | Free forum support | Report an abuse | Free forums”
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  • “ helps academics follow the latest research. I'm giving a second paper, examining the challenges involved in Gaelicising street/road-names in Northern Ireland, at the 'Trends in Toponymy'”
    — Paul Tempan | Blog -,

  • “This is the first example of a Norman family gaelicising its name and adopting the Mac form. Yes anyone can design a new coat-of-arms; our colleagues' activities on this forum witness that”
    — Heraldica - Forum för nordiska heraldiker,

  • “Debate current events in Scotland's tradtional celtic music scene. is generally accepted that people on this forum use these because they chose them when they joined the forum”
    — Gaelic road signs endanger drivers,