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Dictionary of Hiberno-English

Dictionary of Hiberno-English

the Irish use of English

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Published by Gill & Macmillan in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English language -- Dialects -- Ireland -- Dictionaries,
  • English language -- Ireland -- Foreign words and phrases -- Irish -- Dictionaries,
  • Irish language -- Influence on English -- Dictionaries

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 301-311).

    Statementcompiled and edited by Terence Patrick Dolan.
    GenreDictionaries.
    ContributionsDolan, T. P.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxix, 311 p. ;
    Number of Pages311
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14510705M
    ISBN 10071712942X
    OCLC/WorldCa43534990


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A well-known broadcaster and guest lecturer, he publishes and travels extensively, speaking about both Hiberno-English and Old and Middle English Language and Literature and is regarded as the pre-eminent authority on Hiberno-English.5/5(2).

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Bertie Speak, circling Shannon, dig-out, and ghost estate are just some of the new words, which have recently slipped into our daily lexicon, and are included in Terence Dolan’s classic dictionary.

A Dictionary of Hiberno-English: The Irish Use of English. This is a revised and expanded edition of the standard dictionary in the field.

Dolan's seminal work has established its pre-eminent position as the leading reference authority on the form of English spoken in Ireland.

A Dictionary of Hiberno English Book Summary: This work shows the numerous ways in which Hiberno-English differs from standard English. It ascertains the nature of English.

Appendix:Glossary of Hiberno-English slang and jargon Ireland is known to linguists as having a great variance in colloquial slang from area to area, despite Ireland's relatively small population of just over four million.

Irish English draws from both the. The definitions also give, briefly, the word's source (often from Irish). I would recommend it to anyone with interest in Hiberno-English, or who is reading plays or novels by Irish authors (in English).

Might be very handy for a visitor to Ireland, too!5/5. A Dictionary of Hiberno-English is the leading reference authority on Hiberno-English - the form of English commonly spoken in Ireland.

The words above are a sample of over one hundred new words which have recently slipped into our daily lexicon, and which are included in this third edition of Terence Dolan's classic Dictionary of Hiberno-English.5/5(8).

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The words above are a sample of over one hundred new words which have recently slipped into our daily lexicon, and which are included in this third edition of Terence Dolans classic Dictionary of Hiberno-English.5/5(2).

A Dictionary of Hiberno-English is the leading reference authority on Hiberno-English - the form of English commonly spoken in Ireland. The words above are a sample of over one hundred new words which have recently slipped into our daily lexicon, and which are included in this third edition of Terence Dolan's classic Dictionary of Hiberno-English/5(3).

A dictionary of Hiberno-English: the Irish use of English. [T P Dolan] Print book: English: 2nd ed., rev. & expandedView all editions and formats: Summary: This is a revised and expanded edition of the standard dictionary in the field.

Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. A Dictionary of Hiberno-English is the leading reference authority on Hiberno-English - the form of English commonly spoken in Ireland.

The words above are a sample of over one hundred new words which have recently slipped into our daily lexicon, and which are included in this third edition of Terence Dolan's classic Dictionary of Hiberno-English.

A Dictionary of Hiberno-English – The Irish Use of English Prof Terence Dolan, is  Emeritus Professor of English, UCD, and formerly Director of the International James Joyce Summer School. A Dictionary of Hiberno English by T.P.

Dolan,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Hiberno-English terms and phrases Translations from the Irish vernacular. A In addition, Terence Patrick Dolan's Dictionary of Hiberno-English describes 'flush' as 'a pool of water extending almost across a road'; and the definition includes a literary example from another nineteenth-century Ulster writer, William Carleton (), who provides this footnote to a passage from the short story 'Shane Fadh's Wedding' (): 'It is usually fed by a small mountain stream and in.

Welcome to the original, deadliest Irish Slang site, filling up - even as you read. - with colourful Irish English, or Hiberno English as the academics call it; copied without credit by gurriers all over the web, but updated here regularly. "Hiberno-English is the name given to the Irish dialect of English.

It differs from Standard English on two principal counts. First, it is a hybrid dialect, full of borrowings from the Irish language, with words or phrases imported directly or in anglicised form ('meas', 'rawmaish', 'galore', and so on).

Get this from a library. A dictionary of Hiberno-English: the Irish use of English. [T P Dolan;] -- "This is a revised and expanded edition of the standard dictionary in the field. Dolan's work has established its pre-eminent position as the leading reference authority on the form of English spoken.

Hiberno-English (also known as Irish English [1]) is the dialect of English written and spoken in Ireland (). [2]English was first brought to Ireland during the Norman invasion of the late 12th century.

Initially it was mainly spoken in an area known as the Pale around Dublin, with Irish spoken throughout the rest of the the Tudor period, the Irish culture and language had regained.

A Dictionary of Hiberno-English is the leading reference authority on Hiberno-English - the form of English commonly spoken in Ireland. Bertie Speak, circling Shannon, dig-out, and ghost estate are just some of the new words, which have recently slipped into our daily lexicon, and are included in Terence Dolan's classic dictionary.

Hiberno-English's spelling and pronunciation standards align with British rather than American English. However, Hiberno-English's diverse accents and some of its grammatical structures are unique, with some influence by the Irish language and a tendency to be phonologically conservative, retaining older features no longer common in the accents of England or North ge family: Indo-European.

A Dictionary of Hiberno English Book Summary: This is a revised and expanded edition of the standard dictionary in the field. Dolan's seminal work has established its pre-eminent position as the leading reference authority on the form of English spoken in Ireland.

hosted by UCD, this new edition of A Dictionary of Hiberno-English contains over. The dictionary will be based on English as it is spoken in Ireland, but it will also contain standard forms of British and US English. Up to 25 million words of Hiberno-English - English as it is.

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Sally Richardson reviews A Dictionary of Hiberno-English, compiled and edited by Patrick Dolan, Gill And Macmillan, ISBN 0 3, €/£ pbk THE WAY the Irish speak English - so often the butt of English mockery - constitutes a dialect as legitimate as standard 'British' English.

A Dictionary of Hiberno-English: The Irish Use of English by Dolan, Terence Patrick and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Hiberno English; Etymology.

Hiberno-+‎ English. Proper noun. Hiberno-English. English as spoken and written in Ireland, especially when referring to words and phrases peculiar to the Irish, whether they are of native or foreign origin. These senses of the term entered Hiberno-English from Scots through Ulster at some point in the midth century and were then borrowed into Irish.

[1] The Dictionary of the Scots Language records use of the term in Ulster in [11]. Irish English synonyms, Irish English pronunciation, Irish English translation, English dictionary definition of Irish English. English as spoken by the Irish.

Hiberno-English (also known as Irish English) is the dialect of English spoken in Ireland. English was first brought to Ireland during the Norman invasion of the late 12th century.

Initially it was mainly spoken in an area known as the Pale around Dublin, with Irish spoken througout the rest of the country. Further English expansion into the country saw an increase in the language. Ulster English (Ulster Scots: Ulstèr Inglis, Irish: Béarla Uladh, also called Northern Hiberno-English or Northern Irish English) is a major variety of English spoken in most of the Irish province of Ulster and throughout Northern dialect has been influenced by the Ulster Irish and Scots languages, the latter of which was brought over by Scottish settlers during the Plantation of.

Hiberno-English – more common name26 February (UTC). Support as per WP:RECOGNIZABLE Red Slash1 March (UTC); Oppose without further evidence.

An important reference on the topic is A Dictionary of Hiberno-English and my OR says the term is common in Ireland. — AjaxSmack3 March (UTC) Oppose not recognizable.

Seeing the stoic promontories stretching out into the ocean like giant skulls, they called them cloigeann, which means head or skull, and the term still survives in Hiberno-English as cleggan. Language specialists or students of linguistics may be able to provide more categories or a more precise ontology but to a layman such as I, there are 3 main areas in which Irish-English differs from UK English: * Vocabulary * Grammar * Usage o.

The Irish For: Brexit and the rise of Hiberno-English With the United Kingdom set to leave the European Union this year, it’s time for Hiberno English to become the official language of the EU.