Did Gaelic football originate in Scotland or Wales?
Neither. It is from Ireland. There are no similar games in Scotland or Wales.
Gaelic Football is an Irish sport and one of Ireland's two big national sports, the other being Hurling. Gaelic Football's origins are entwined with many other football sports played across Europe. These led to various football games in the modern world. The first recorded versions of something similar to modern Gaelic Football in Ireland were in medieval times. Ireland.
Answer The Celts originated somewhere in France and the different languages sprung from their language. Gaeilge is what is spoken in Ireland, Scots Gaelic is spoken in Scotland and Welsh is spoken in Wales.
For the languages of Wales, click here.For the languages of Scotland, click here. For the languages of Northern Ireland, click here.
Patrick was born in Roman Britain, either Scotland or Wales.
Gaelic (referred to as Irish in Ireland), is spoken by a small minority in Northern Ireland. Gaelic (pronounced Gah-lick in Scotland) is spoken by some people, mostly in the Highlands and Western Islands of Scotland, and Welsh is spoken in Wales, mostly in the North and rural areas.
No. English is the main language, but in Wales some Welsh is spoken and in Scotland some Gaelic is spoken.
It refers to the Celtic cultures of Ireland, Scotland and the Isle of Man, but not the Celtic cultures of Wales, Brittany and Cornwall.
What four football players have played for England wales Scotland and northern Ireland and their surnames end in 'i'?
Lou macari was one, for Scotland
Most people speak English, around 21% speak Welsh which is a Celtic language but not Gaelic (which is spoken in Ireland and Scotland). There may be some Welsh who know Irish or Scottish Gaelic, however.
St. Patrick was born to Roman parents living in Britain, either Wales or Scotland.
Wales has its own language which is Welsh, which is still the mother tongue in some areas of Wales. Scotland has its own language which is Scots Gaelic, spoken as the mother tongue in the Highlands and Islands. Although a percentage of both countries speak their own language almost everyone of the native peoples also speaks English. Northern Ireland has now a growing ulster Scots community which have their own dialect very different from scotch… Read More
Scotland is north of Wales.
Scotland is bigger than Wales.
Australian Terriers originated in Australia , as a breed, but were originally from terrier breeds in Wales England, Scotland and Ireland.
Scotland = Edinburgh. Wales = Cardiff.
Scotland and Wales are not independent, they are still part of the United Kingdom. Scotland has a devolved parliament and Wales a devolved assembly.
The last name of Ofsarnie came from the United Kingdom, England, Scotland, Wales and parts of Ireland. Its meaning is unknown.
It could be worth $667, but you would need to take it to a collector to have it appraised. Really old football items can be quite valuable, and you might be able to sell it to the Scottish Football Museum in Glasgow.
Wales and Scotland are both part of the UK.
Scotland and Wales are sparcely populated.
Scotland is further north than Wales.
Brittany, Cornwall, Wales, Scotland, and the Isle of Mann (I don't know if it's common there, but, anyway.) (And possibly more.)
England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland. (UK not GB)
First international was 1876 against Scotland - third oldest international team in history.
Wales and Scotland both have a border with England.
The Esperanto words for Scotland and Wales are Skotlando and Kimrio.
Scotland and Wales are separate constituent countries of the United Kingdom. Wales is a principality. Hence, "The Prince of Wales" - HRH Prince Charles.
The name Trendell originates from certain areas of Europe including England and Scotland. You can also find the name Trendell in Wales.
Why do the languages spoken in Ireland and Wales differ from the languages spoken in England and Scotland?
Just as in other parts of the world, neighbouring countries often have different languages. English is spoke in all of those countries, but there is also Irish, Welsh and Scots Gaelic spoken by some people in Ireland, Wales and Scotland.
The Insular Celtic languages are spoken in Brittany (Breton), Wales (Welsh), Isle of Man (Manx), Scotland (Gaelic) and Ireland (Irish).
Scotland and wales have kept cultural identities separate from that of England
Cambrian Mountains in Wales and Cairngorm Mountains in Scotland.
The country between Scotland and Wales is... England.
England , Scotland , and Wales. England, Scotland and Wales The island of Great Britain is comprised of England, Scotland and Wales.
Scotland is 30,414 sq mi Wales is 8,022.82 sq mi Therefore Scotland is bigger by 22391 sq miles Scotland is nearly 4 times bigger than Wales.
Yes, Britain is the island that contains England, Scotland and Wales.
There are many ways. You could write a book about this. In Wales, Welsh is now spoken and used significantly and is taught in schools. In Scotland the accent and dialect are also noticeably different (although there are variations within Scotland as within England). The countries have their own traditions, history, literature and food, etc. Here are some examples: Scotland: St. Andrew, Robert Burns, kilts, haggis, scones, shortbread, Hogmanay, .... Wales: St. David, welsh cakes… Read More
Scotland and Wales are two different country's in the United Kingdom. Scotland is at the top of the map (Northern UK) and Wales is more south west of the UK at the bottom of the map.
The time in Scotland is exactly the same as in Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland.
England, Scotland and Wales are all part of the island of Great Britain.
no Scotland is larger in landmass
Land of my fathers for Wales (Mae Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau) used for over a hundred years. Scotland is more difficult:- Flower of Scotland is used before Football and Rugby matches but Scotland the Brave had been used in the 1980s for Football and the Commonwealth games. None have been officially adopted or legally recognised but are adopted when used for formal functions. The national anthem of God Save the Queen continues to be used… Read More
Wales, England, Scotland and Northern Ireland England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland !
Look at a map... The UK (Wales, Scotland & England)Anwers:england,wales,scotland. United Kingdom
well Ireland Scotland and wales all came are all Celtic
Scotland is a separate nation from England and Wales and has its own legal system.
No. Scotland, Ireland and Wales are close to each other, but a long way from Ukraine.
Wales is a country on the island of Great Britain, as are Scotland and England. Wales is also part of the United Kingdom, along with Scotland, England and Northern Ireland.
It is A' Chuimrigh.