There is no red on the Irish flag. The Irish flag is green, white and orange.
Green. The Irish speak English...
páirc - field/park (a large green area)
Boston is an Irish city, the color of the Irish is green
No, Irish people don't have green blood. We're Irish people, not leprechauns. This is coming from an Irish person.
In Ireland blue is the national color of Ireland, while green represents Irish Catholics.
On the Irish flag it represents the nationalist people.
Showing Connor O'Leary's Irish Heritege.
The regular, average green
Green and black Nautical star tattoos to my knowledge are a symbol for Irish strength and diversity
Yes, I'm a green eyed person of Irish desent.
If you mean in Wisconsin, Green & Gold. It means Irish.
The Irish are infamous for poaching the nobilities estates. When the Irish wore green it was to hard to see them.
Green on the Irish flag represents the Irish nationalist tradition. Orange is for the unionist tradition, coming from William of Orange, and white is for the peace between the two groups.
Green appears once on the Irish flag, so there is only one shade of green on it.
Green is the main colour associated with Ireland. The Irish flag is green, white and orange.
I think you mean green, red has no obvious connection to St. Patricks day. you are kissed when you wear green because everyone is Irish, and who doesn't love to be Irish for a day?
you in green tights you in green tights
the Irish for green is "glas"
Orna in Hebrew mean pine tree. The male version of this name is Oren. In Irish, it means pale green
The irish flag is green, white, and orange.
No. The Irish flag is green, white and orange.
Peace . . . i.e. between the Catholic (Green) and the Protestant (Orange, as in William of) faiths