Publication of the first Irish (Gaelic) - Spanish dictionary

Friday, May 22, 2009


See, here it is. I had assumed that a language like Spanish would have already had a dictionary to and from Irish, but it seems not.

The image is a bit small but it says Diccionario irlandés-español / Foclóir Gaeilge-Spáinnise.

And the dictionary can be purchased...hmm, not exactly sure where. The price is 15 euros though, and it has a total of 19,000 entries so it's more of a pocket or student dictionary.

8 comments:

Septem Trionis said...

Yep, it also stroke me as odd ... there might be, however some Galician-Irish studies, however, as there are some Irish poems translated into Galician language.

Anonymous said...

I think you're wrong.
I would think that 19.000 entries makes it a lot more more than just a pocket dictionary. According to the web site it has over 300 pages.

데이빛 / Mithridates said...

I have a pocket Turkish-English-Turkish dictionary of 767 pages, and a Norwegian-English-Norwegian one of almost 600. 300 pages is quite small for a dictionary.

Anonymous said...

Dia daoibh,
This dictionary can be bought from Litriocht and is published by Coiscéim. The second volume - Español-Irlandès, Spàinnise-Gaeilge is still in preparation and will be published next year (according to Dr.David Barnwell of the Department of Spanish NUI Maynooth)
Is mise le meas
Franc Bell

Kevin said...

It can be bought from www.litriocht.com, in the "dictionaries" section, or by following this link:

http://www.litriocht.com/shop/product_info.php?products_id=5756

데이빛 / Mithridates said...

I have a pocket Turkish-English-Turkish dictionary of 767 pages, and a Norwegian-English-Norwegian one of almost 600. 300 pages is quite small for a dictionary.

Anonymous said...

Dia daoibh,
This dictionary can be bought from Litriocht and is published by Coiscéim. The second volume - Español-Irlandès, Spàinnise-Gaeilge is still in preparation and will be published next year (according to Dr.David Barnwell of the Department of Spanish NUI Maynooth)
Is mise le meas
Franc Bell

Kevin said...

It can be bought from www.litriocht.com, in the "dictionaries" section, or by following this link:

http://www.litriocht.com/shop/product_info.php?products_id=5756

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