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What is the Irish word for Ireland?

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2018-02-03 05:09:49

== == Éire is the usual name used in modern Irish, and is one of

the two official names of the Republic of Ireland. "Éirinn" is the

dative case, while "Éireann" is the genitive case. Older names

include Banba, Fodla, Ériu and Erin.

The word for Ireland in the Irish language is Éire. Note the line

above the first letter, which is known as a fada.

Éire (ae-rih)

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