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1 Countries
1.1 Countries
European Union, Ireland
East Asia, European Union, South America
1.2 Total No. Of Countries
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2
Rank: 13 (Overall)
3
Rank: 12 (Overall)
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1.3 National Language
Ireland
East Asia, European Union
1.4 Second Language
Ireland
Central Europe, East Asia, Eastern Europe, South America
1.5 Speaking Continents
Europe
Asia, Europe, South America
1.6 Minority Language
United Kingdom
Not spoken in any of the countries
1.7 Regulated By
Foras na Gaeilge
Akademio de Esperanto
1.8 Interesting Facts
  • In Irish language, there are no exact words for "yes" or "no".
  • There are different set of numbers for counting humans and another set for counting non-humans in Irish Language.
  • The most widely spoken constructed language in the world is Esperanto.
  • Esperanto is an artificial international language.
1.9 Similar To
Not Available
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1.10 Derived From
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2 Alphabets
2.1 Alphabets in
2.2 Alphabets
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18
Rank: 1 (Overall)
32
Rank: 14 (Overall)
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2.3 Phonology
2.3.1 How Many Vowels
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5
Rank: 2 (Overall)
5
Rank: 2 (Overall)
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2.3.2 How Many Consonants
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13
Rank: 3 (Overall)
27
Rank: 17 (Overall)
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2.4 Scripts
Latin
Latin
2.5 Writing Direction
Left-To-Right, Horizontal
Not Available
2.6 Hard to Learn
2.6.1 Language Levels
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Rank: 4 (Overall)
2
Rank: 1 (Overall)
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2.6.2 Time Taken to Learn
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36 weeks
Rank: 10 (Overall)
6 weeks
Rank: 3 (Overall)
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3 Greetings
3.1 Hello
Dia dhuit
Halo
3.2 Thank You
Go raibh maith agat
Dankon
3.3 How Are You?
Conas atá tú ?
Kiel vi sanas?
3.4 Good Night
Oíche mhaith
Bonan nokton
3.5 Good Evening
Tráthnóna maith duit
Bonan vesperon
3.6 Good Afternoon
Tráthnóna maith duit
Bonan posttagmezon
3.7 Good Morning
Dia dhuit ar maidin
Bonan matenon
3.8 Please
le do thoil
Mi petas
3.9 Sorry
Tá brón orm
Mi bedaŭras!
3.10 Bye
Slán
Ĝis poste
3.11 I Love You
Is breá liom thú
Mi amas vin
3.12 Excuse Me
Gabh mo leithscéal
Pardonu!
4 Dialects
4.1 Dialect 1
Connacht Irish
Not present
4.1.1 Where They Speak
Connacht
Not present
4.1.2 How Many People Speak
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Rank: N/A (Overall)
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4.2 Dialect 2
Munster Irish
Not present
4.2.1 Where They Speak
Munster
Not present
4.2.2 How Many People Speak
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Rank: N/A (Overall)
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Rank: N/A (Overall)
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4.3 Dialect 3
Ulster Irish
Not present
4.3.1 Where They Speak
Ulster
Not present
4.3.2 How Many People Speak
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Rank: N/A (Overall)
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Rank: N/A (Overall)
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4.4 Total No. Of Dialects
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4
Rank: 4 (Overall)
0
Rank: N/A (Overall)
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5 How Many People Speak
5.1 How Many People Speak?
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1.79 million
Rank: 81 (Overall)
2.20 million
Rank: 80 (Overall)
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5.2 Speaking Population
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Rank: N/A (Overall)
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Rank: N/A (Overall)
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5.3 Native Speakers
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0.14 million
Rank: 88 (Overall)
0.20 million
Rank: 85 (Overall)
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5.3.1 Second Language Speakers
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1.65 million
Rank: 35 (Overall)
2.00 million
Rank: 34 (Overall)
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5.3.2 Native Name
Gaeilge (na hÉireann) / An Ghaeilge
Esperanto
5.3.3 Alternative Names
Erse, Gaeilge, Gaelic Irish
Eo, La Lingvo Internacia
5.3.4 French Name
irlandais moyen
espéranto
5.3.5 German Name
Mittelirisch
Esperanto
5.4 Pronunciation
[ˈɡeːlʲɟə]
[espeˈranto]
5.5 Ethnicity
Irish people
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6 History
6.1 Origin
c. 750
1887
6.2 Language Family
Indo-European Family
Indo-European Family
6.2.1 Subgroup
Celtic
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6.2.2 Branch
Goidelic
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6.3 Language Forms
6.3.1 Early Forms
Primitive Irish, Old Irish, Middle Irish, Classical Irish, Irish
Proto-Esperanto
6.3.2 Standard Forms
An Caighdeán Oifigiúil
Esperanto
6.3.3 Language Position
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6.3.4 Signed Forms
Irish Sign Language
Signuno
6.4 Scope
Individual
Individual
7 Code
7.1 ISO 639 1
ga
eo
7.2 ISO 639 2
7.2.1 ISO 639 2/T
gle
epo
7.2.2 ISO 639 2/B
gle
epo
7.3 ISO 639 3
gle
epo
7.4 ISO 639 6
Not Available
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7.5 Glottocode
iris1253
espe1235
7.6 Linguasphere
50-AAA
51-AAB-da
7.7 Types of Language
7.7.1 Language Type
Living
Constructed
7.7.2 Language Linguistic Typology
Verb-Subject-Object
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7.7.3 Language Morphological Typology
Fusional
Agglutinative

Irish and Esperanto Alphabets

Irish and Esperanto Alphabets provides you with alphabets, vowels and consonants in Irish and Esperanto. In Irish Alphabets there are 18 letters while in Esperanto Alphabets there are 32 letters. To learn Irish and Esperanto languages the very first thing is to understand and learn alphabets of Irish and Esperanto languages. The Irish phonology consist Irish vowels and Irish consonants. After alphabets, words are to be learned and after words, phrases in that language. Take a look at Irish greetings vs Esperanto greetings, where you will find numerous useful phrases. Find whether Irish and Esperanto are Most Spoken Languages.

All Irish and Esperanto Dialects

Most languages have dialects where each dialect differ from other dialect with respect to grammar and vocabulary. Here you will get to know all Irish and Esperanto dialects. Various dialects of Irish and Esperanto language differ in their pronunciations and words. Dialects of Irish are spoken in different Irish Speaking Countries whereas Esperanto Dialects are spoken in different Esperanto speaking countries. Also the number of people speaking Irish vs Esperanto Dialects varies from few thousands to many millions. Some of the Irish dialects include: Connacht Irish, Munster Irish. Also learn about dialects in South American Languages and North American Languages.

Irish and Esperanto Speaking population

Irish and Esperanto speaking population is one of the factors based on which Irish and Esperanto languages can be compared. The total count of Irish and Esperanto Speaking population in percentage is also given. The percentage of people speaking Irish language is Not Available whereas the percentage of people speaking Esperanto language is Not Available. When we compare the speaking population of any two languages we get to know which of two languages is more popular. Find more details about how many people speak Irish and Esperanto on Irish vs Esperanto where you will get native speakers, speaking population in percentage and native names.

Irish and Esperanto Language Codes

Irish and Esperanto language codes are used in those applications where using language names are tedious. Irish and Esperanto Language Codes include all the international language codes, glottocodes and linguasphere.