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Gaelic is an adjective that means "pertaining to the Gaels", including language and culture. As a noun, it may refer to the group of languages spoken by the Gaels, or to any one of the languages individually.
Gaelic culture and history
- Gaelic Ireland, the history of the Gaelic people of Ireland
- Gaelic revival, a movement in the late 19th century to encourage both the use of Irish Gaelic in Ireland and the revival of older Irish cultural practices
- Gaelic type, a typeface used in Ireland
- Gaelic-Norse, a people of combined Gaelic-Scandinavian culture influential in the Middle Ages
- Traditional Gaelic music, the music of the Gaelic people
- Gaelic Athletic Association, the governing body of Gaelic games such as hurling and Gaelic football
- Gaelic games, traditional sports played in Ireland, notably Gaelic football, Gaelic handball, Hurling, and Rounders
- Goidelic languages or Gaelic languages, a linguistic group that is one of the two branches of the Insular Celtic languages; they include:
- Comparison of Scottish Gaelic and Irish
- Irish language (Gaeilge)
- Manx language (Gaelg or Gailck)
- Old Gaelic or Old Irish, used c. AD 600–900
- Primitive Irish or Archaic Irish, the oldest known form of the Goidelic (Gaelic) languages.
- Scottish Gaelic (Gàidhlig), sometimes called Erse in Scots and English
- Gallic, referring to French, or historically the Gauls
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