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Ardjyn Gaeltacht oikoil ayns Nerin

Ayns Nerin, she Gaeltacht (focklit magh myr [ˈɡeːɫ̪t̪ˠəxt̪ˠ]; yl-rey Gaeltachtaí) ee ard as y Yernish goll er loayrt ayn myr çhengey ny mayrey. Ayns Nerin, ta An Ghaeltacht çheet er ny slystyn er lheh, as er ny slystyn ry cheilley raad dy vel y reiltys cur er enney dy vel y Yernish ayndaue myr preeu-çhengey ny cummaltee, t'eh shen çhengey ghooie 'sy valley.[1] Ta'n fockle Gaelgagh, "Gaeltaght" çheet magh as y vun cheddin, as myr shen, ta Gaelgeyryn cur yn ennym "Gaeltaght" er ny h-ardjyn shen chammah.[2] Va ny h-ardjyn shen currit er enney son y chied cheayrt dy oikoil ayns bleeantyn leah jeh Steat Seyr Nerin, lurg yn Aavioghey Gaelgagh, myr chooid jeh polasee y reiltys dys y Yernish y chur er bun reesht.[3]

Gaeltacht Dhún na nGallEdit

Ta Gaeltacht Dhún na nGall, ny Gaeltaght Ghoon ny Ghoal, soit da'n chooid smoo ayns sheear y choontae rish y vooir, as t'ee ny Gaeltacht smoo ayns Nerin. Rere coontey-pobble ny bleeaney 2006, va 23,783 cummaltee ayn, earroo ta jannoo seose 25% jeh sleih-earroo slane ny Gaeltacht. Ta'n Ghaeltacht 1,502 km² er eaghtyr, as she unnane yn earroo shen as 26% jeh thalloo ooilley ny Gaeltacht. Ta tree skeeraghyn jannoo seose ny preeu-vuill chummaltit 'sy Ghaeltacht - na Rosa, Gaoth Dobhair, as Cloich Cheann Fhaola. Myrane lesh ny skeeraghyn shen, ta'n Ghaeltacht goaill stiagh ny baljyn beggey Gleann Cholm Cille, Cill Charthaigh, na Gleannta, Baile na Finne, An Clochán Liath, Ailt an Chorráin, an Bun Beag, Gort a' Choirce, as an Fál Carrach, as ny h-ellanyn Aran Vooar as Toraigh.

Gaeltacht na MíEdit

Gaeltacht Mhaigh EoEdit

Gaeltacht na GaillimheEdit

Gaeltacht ChiarraíEdit

Gaeltacht ChorcaíEdit

Gaeltacht Phort LáirgeEdit

Baljyn as baljyn beggey 'sy GhaeltachtEdit

Jeeagh er neeshtEdit

ImraaghynEdit

  1. (Baarle) Webster's Dictionary - keeall yn 'ockle Gaeltacht
  2. Webster's Online Dictionary, feddynit er 21 Mean Souree, 2009
  3. (Baarle) Maguire, Peter A, Language and Landscape in the Connemara Gaeltacht, Journal of Modern Literature, Fouyr 2002, Ym-Lr. 26, Ear. 1, Duillagyn 99-107 [1]

Kianglaghyn mooieEdit