Dictionary / Online Services
Here is a list of useful websites that will assist you using Irish in your business and everyday life.
This is just a sample of the Irish language resources available on the internet. If you require any more information or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us on 091 568876 oe firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online Dictionary – www.tearma.ie
Online Dictionary – www.focloir.ie
Gaelspell – Irish language spellcheck and Grammer checker https://www.cruinneog.com/gaelspell_newGA.html
Comprehensive Database of Irish language Placenames – https://www.logainm.ie/
Irish language Course Online – https://www.bitesizeirish.ie/
Irish language Courses – https://www.ranganna.com/
Online Irish language Bookshop – www.litriocht.com
Gaelchultúr -Irish language Classes and Resources – https://gaelchultur.com/
Irish language news online https://www.tuairisc.ie
Irish language Greetings Cards available to buy online: https://www.smaointe.com
Gaillimh le Gaeilge provide a translation service in the Cairde Ghaillimh le Gaeilge scheme
If you are a Cara Maith or Dlúthchara of Gaillimh le Gaeilge’s you can avail of a free translation service for signage, marketing and printed material, menus etc. (Documents and CVs may be translated at a surcharge.) For more information please email – email@example.com.
The accuracy of an Irish translation is extremely important, especially when erecting signs or using Irish in brochures and other printed material. Translation is a specialist skill. Therefore, you will need the services of a competent professional translator.
The fact that a person speaks two or more language does not mean that he or she is a competent translator. You should therefore resist the temptation of asking a non-specialist to take responsibility for any translation work. Errors, such as mis-spellings, on permanent features such as signage, reflect very badly on the organisation or company in question, and can do more damage than good to the reputation of the company regarding the language and the local environment.
Gaillimh le Gaeilge recommends that you forward any bilingual material to firstname.lastname@example.org before final print.