Bargy is a barony in County Wexford, Ireland. From the 12th century Bargy and the surrounding area, including the barony of Forth, saw extensive Anglo-Norman settlement following the Norman invasion of Ireland. A distinctive variety of English, known as the Forth and Bargy dialect or Yola, was spoken in this area into the 19th century.
- Jacob Poole, T. P. Dolan, and Diarmaid Ó Muirithe, Dialect of Forth and Bargy, Co. Wexford, Ireland, 1867, repub. 1996 (ISBN 1851822003).
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