Gaelic .net : The Definitive Resource for Learners and Native Speakers...
Gaelic.net aims to encourage the active use of
Scots Gaelic and to provide both learners and native speakers alike with a comprehensive
source of information about the Gaelic language, culture and world wide community.
Scoil Samhraidh na hAstráile
Come in for a look at what's happening in the Irish language in Australia...
An gaidheal ur
This site provides information
on Gaelic organisations, events, education, culture and tourism.
Gaelic Languages Info (Yahoo, Magellan, Excite)
Collection of resources and pointers for learners and speakers of the Gaelic
Gàidhlig ann an Alba - Eòladair
- A guide to Gaelic Scotland
Gaidhlig air an Lion
Gaelic on the Internet. The most comprehensive web page of Scottish
Nova Scotia Home-Page
This page is dedicated to the social and economic development of
the Gaelic language in Nova Scotia and around the world as well as the
aims of Comhairle na Gàidhlig, Alba Nuadh.
Schottisches - von Achim Stump [Schottland]
"Schottisches" beinhaltet fast automatisch, daß es dazu eine
Vielzahl englischsprachiger Seiten gibt. Die Links in dieser Rubrik
verweisen daher auf englischsprachige Seiten, sofern sie nicht ausdrücklich
als deutschsprachig gekennzeichnet sind.
ONLINE BILINGUAL TEXTS
Bruidhinn ar Cànan
These lessons are structured
to be easy to use and consistent. There are key graphics in each
lesson which will identify a consistent action.
Basic Gaelic for Parents
A handbook in Gaelic for
parents whose children are learning Gaelic in playgroup or primary
Elementary Course of Gaelic
A Junior Gaelic Grammar by
This is the first in a series
of Scots Gaelic lessons. These lessons are cobbled together using
examples from different grammars and textbooks, so if anything seems
vaguely familiar, that's probably why. Corrections to this material
are always welcome.
Leasanan aig sunsite.unc.edu
These are a series of
hypertext documents and audio files which comprise a basic tutorial
for scottish gaelic. Note that the lessons require your terminal to
support iso 8859-1 fonts so that your terminal will represent accents,
a very necessary requirement to write gaelic.
A Short Gaelic Lesson
Gaelic is a Celtic language,
closely related to Irish. Gaelic language and culture was established
in Scotland by colonists from Ireland in the fourth century A.D. It
was the language spoken by immigrants from the Highlands and Island of
Scotland to Canada and is still spoken by their descendents today.
Gaelic language learning is presently flourishing internationally.
Hopefully this section will help you with your own language learning.
Ionnsaich a' Ghàidhlig!
The Scots Gaelic language and
culture has been very cruelly repressed by the English. But it's
making a renaissance thanks to the UK government, ironically. The
government gives the impression that Gaelic is widely spoken in
northern Scotland. There are signs saying "tha a' Ghàidhlig a'
bruidhinn an seo" (Gaelic is spoken here) in areas where it is
actually spoken. A lot of the tourist pamphlets incorporate Gaelic
into the titles. I hope the revival has not come too late
Leasanan le Iain Seadhach
Gaelic Lessons from Dr. John
MacFhionnlaigh Online Scottish Language
This site is still in
production. This site will be built online, so stay tuned for the
first beta release in the near feature.Site Features: Scots
and Gaelic Lessons for beginners, Scots and Gaelic Virtual Study
Groups, Scots and Gaelic Audio, Scots and Gaelic Dictionary
Hello! My name is Morag and I
will teach you Gaelic - a fascinating and beautiful language to learn.
Focal an Lae
"A Word a Day" in
Gaelic Words in English
A Draft of Suggestions for
Geama a' Chrochadair
The classic wordgame in
PETIT COURS DE GAÉLIQUE IRLANDAIS
Articles, Pronoms personnels simples et composés, verbe(s) être,
The Three Gaelic Languages Gaelic is an english word for any of three languages
which form one half of the Celtic language family group. These three gaelic languages are
Rannsachadh sa Stòrdàta Briathrachais Gàidhlig
Dé am facal no pàtran a tha thu a' lorg? agus càite? :-
CLI - For Gaelic Learners and Supporters (WebCrawler)
CLI (Comann an Luchd-Ionnsachaidh) is a Scottish Charity dedicated to the support
of learners and supporters of Scots Gaelic.
Celtic Newspaper. It's a topographical term that means the "brae" or "higher ground" (pronounced Uhm Bri-uh) -- symbolic of where we would like to move the Gaelic language and culture. My brother Ronnie and I started Sandy Publishing Group Ltd in May, 1993, and two months later produced the first issue
of Am Bràighe. Our offices are presently located in Mabou, Inverness County.
HIGHLANDER Web Magazine
HIGHLANDER Web Magazine is the major web gateway from Scotland to quality web sites, businesses and subjects of
All of the pages and web sites which you can search for and find within our site are either client sites or are our own pages.
An Gaidheal Ur
( Gaelic newspaper)
neo-eisimeileach nan Gàidheal
Is é Foinse Príomhnuachtán Náisiúnta na Gaeilge
- Foinse is the Irish national, weekly newspaper
Welcome to the first
comprehensive gazetteer produced for Scotland since 1885. The
Gazetteer for Scotland is a vast geographical database, featuring
details of towns, villages, bens and glens from the Scottish Borders
to the Northern Isles. It describes tourist attractions, industries
and historic sites, together with family names and famous people.
Welcome to the official website of An Doras, an American journal of Gaelic culture.
An Doras was first launched in May, 1996, as a printed journal for the Irish-language community in North America. In Irish, "an doras" means "the door" and the goal of our publication has been to provide just that — a doorway to the past, present and future of Gaelic life (e.g., folklore, the arts, current events, and particularly the Irish language).
The Website of Ireland's National Broadcasting Organisation RTé
Raidió na Gaeltachta
|Ar Fud An Domhain| |Sceideal| |Minicíochtaí| |Na Craoltóirí| |Seoltaí| |Real Audio| |Stair| |Pictiúir| |Cartlann| |Nuacht|
Gaidhlig (Gaelic Broadcasting Committee)
Promoting Gaelic through broadcast media
The Gaelic department
of the broadcasting company BBC Scotland.
ONLINE CULTURE, RELIGION, LITERATURE, ARTS AND MUSIC
(WebCrawler, Magellan, Excite)
Gaelic and Gaelic
Culture Fàilte Romhaibh! You are now at the Gaelic Homepage, a web site devoted to the
language and culture of the Gaels, those people that speak or did speak any of the three
Proiseact Thiriodh (Tiree Project)
Pròiseact Thiriodh is a
short-term project to develop and demonstrate technologies for providing
access to an online, searchable database of audio recordings made over
the previous 40 years on the island of Tiree.
Welcome to Ceolas, the home of celtic music on the internet, since 1994. Ceolas houses the largest online collection of information on celtic music, and has links to hundreds of related sites. Current popularity is over half a million hits per month.
Dalriada Celtic Heritage Trust
Dalriada Celtic Heritage Trust was founded as a charitable trust in 1995 with the aim of promoting Celtic languages, traditions and cultures - past, present and future. We also seek to forge stronger links with other organisations in the Celtic countries with similar aims to our own. The trust has an international membership - membership is open to all who share our interest in preserving all aspects of our Celtic heritage and culture.
Triantán (the Gaelic word for
"Triangle") is a combination of three Sydney-based
performers which has been around the traps for some time now. Members
have performed individually and collectively, and with other
performers over the past few years at the Loaded Dog, Hornsby and
Illawarra Folk Clubs, Cultural Dissent (Sydney & Wollongong),
South Sydney Festival, Jamberoo, Glenn Innes, St Albans, Blue
Mountains, Majors Creek, Wollumbi and Gulgong Folk Festivals and the
National Folk Festival in Canberra as well as making concert
appearances on such occasions as the New Theatre Benefit, Conradh na
Gaeilge (Gaelic League) and the 'Big Jig' series of concerts.
Welcome to Amhrán Gaelach, the first ever collection of Irish Language song texts on the Internet. Amhrán Gaelach (originally called the Gaelic Song Archive) first went up in early 1995, and has never been down for more than a few days since then. The archive originally contained Scots Gaelic and Manx Gaelic songs as well, but I decided fairly early on to concentrate on Irish, and the Scots Gaelic and Manx songs were removed in 1996.
|Scotland: Gaelic Language (WebCrawler, Excite)
The Gaelic Language is
spoken by around 86,000 individuals primarily in the North of Scotland and in the Western
Isles (eg. Skye, Lewis, Harris). The vast majority of gaelic speakers are bilingual Gaelic
The Royal National Mod is
Scotland's Premier Gaelic Festival and is held annually in October at a
different venue in Scotland. This year's Mod will be held in Lochaber
from the 8th to the 15th of October.
Scotland: Gateway to Scotland
The definitive source of information on all things Scottish, including Culture,
Geography, History, Famous People
Welcome to the Gaelic Society of Inverness' Homepage (Magellan, WebCrawler, Excite)
Information about the Gaelic Society of Inverness.
This site contains a history of the Society, its constitution and office-bearers, a
membership application form, indices and information about the Transactions, the syllabus,
and some links to the sites of other Gaelic organisations.
Maghery Gaelic Football Club (Yahoo)
Welcome to the Maghery Gaelic
Football Club homepage! We are the first Gaelic Football Club in County
Armagh to set up an internet site. Here we hope to keep you up to date
with all that's happening presently within the club, as well as
providing information on all of the clubs past achievements.
SOFTWARE, BOOKS, TAPES ETC.
Gaelic Book Council
Books in Gaelic and
about gaelic culture.
Acair Limited (Gaelic Publishers)
Acair Ltd., based on the Island
of Lewis, produces a wide range of books, in Gaelic and English,
relating to the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. Reserve copies of our
new catalogue, due this autumn, to see the full range of titles
J.O. de la
Rép.Française du 12 Juillet 1995 Toutes les traductions sont réalisées en équipe
avec, àchaque fois, un traducteur dont la langue maternelle est la langue
"cible", celle de vos clients dont il partage la culture, la sensibilité, les
SCHOOLS, COURSES, INSTITUTIONS
Sabhal Mor Ostaig - Information in English (WebCrawler)
Welcome to Sabhal Mór
Ostaig Scotland's Gaelic-medium college on the island of Skye Welcome to the
world-wide-web service at Sabhal Mór Ostaig, Scotland's Gaelic-medium Further Education
The Celtic League
The Celtic League is an inter-celtic organisation that campaigns for the social, political and cultural rights of the Celtic nations, as set out in the aims and objectives. The organisation produces a high quality quarterly magazine, CARN which carries articles in all the Celtic languages plus English.
Comunn na Gaidhlig
Gaelic development agency. Educational and other statistics regarding
The Gaelic Society of Inverness
The Gaelic Society of Inverness was established in 1871 for the specific
purpose of cultivating the language, poetry and music of the Scottish
Highlands and generally furthering the interests of the Gaelic speaking
The Celtic Congress
The Celtic Congress was
founded in 1902 in order to promote the knowlege, use, and appreciation
of the languages and cultures of the six Celtic countries. National
Branches of the Congress meet in an International Congress each year in
order to help further these aims.
GAELIC LEARNER'S CENTRE - Muie East, Rogart
- Sutherland SCOTLAND
Gaelic Languages Organizations (Lycos)
Gaelic Languages Organizations Would you like
email whenever this page changes? If you know of any Gaelic language ite