Irish Republican Brotherhood was created in 1858.
In Irish it's "bráithreachas"
In Irish it's brawhrukhus (bráithreachas)
Bráithreachas (spirit) Comhaltas (group)
Fenian: a member of the Irish Republican Brotherhood in the 19th century.
The Fenians (Fenian Brotherhood).
Irish Gaelic or Scots Gaelic? They are not the same. Here's the Irish at any rate.
Brotherhood before everything
The Irish Republican Brotherhood, The Irish Volunteers and the Irish Citizen Army staged the rebellion against the British Army who were supported by the Royal Irish Constabulary and the Dublin Metropolitan Police.
Vincent MacDowell has written: 'Michael Collins and the Irish Republican Brotherhood' -- subject(s): Biography, History, Ireland Civil War, 1922-1923, Ireland War of Independence, 1919-1921, Irish Republican Brotherhood, Revolutionaries
OWEN MCGEE has written: 'IRB: IRISH REPUBLICAN BROTHERHOOD, FROM THE LAND LEAGUE TO SINN FEIN'
Patrick Maume has written: 'The rise and fall of Irish Ireland' 'The Long Gestation' -- subject(s): Nationalism, Ireland, History, 20th century, 19th century, Politics and government '19th-century Irish and Irish-Americans on the western frontier' -- subject(s): History, Irish Americans, Irish Republican Brotherhood, Land League (Ireland), Vigilantes