Don’t know the word? English-Irish dictionary

English-Irish dictionary
English-Irish dictionary

If you’re learning to speak Irish (such as with our Bitesize lessons), you’ll soon reach the need for a dictionary.

Today we’d like to highlight to English-Irish dictionary found at

(By the way, if you’re looking for an overview of Irish dictionaries, see our Irish dictionaries post.) is an English-Irish dictionary

This dictionary is for when you know the word in English, but need to find the word in Irish (Gaeilic). For example, you might want to create post-it notes around your room with Irish label (like Audrey described on our discussion podcast).

Here’s what I like about

  • It has pronunciation audio files in the three dialects of the Irish language
  • It features a wide range of terms of phrase
  • It gives grammatical information, good for advanced learners
  • It gives extra usage example, like the plural of the word

What do you like about

If you’re learning to speak Irish, what do you like best about And do you have any tips to share about how to get the most out of using it?

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3 thoughts on “Don’t know the word? English-Irish dictionary”

  1. Thanks for suggesting this site; I use it all the time now. I especially like that I can hear the pronunciation. I just wish there was Irish-English translation as well.

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