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Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - stravage - Scot., Irish, and North England. to wander aimlessly.

Today& Word of the Day is stravage. Learn its definition, pronunciation, etymology and more. Join over 19 million fans who boost their vocabulary every day.

Scottish Gaelic mini-dictionary (via 'My heart will always be in Scotland)

basic phrases in Scots Gaelic-- wait . Have I already pinned this? I must need to go to Scotland

21 Beautiful Irish Language Words Everyone Needs In Their Life

Community Post: 21 Beautiful Irish Language Words Everyone Needs In Their Life

In Irish mythology, the Morrigan ("phantom queen") was a war goddess who would sometimes take the form of a crow.  She would fly over battlefields like this, inspiring fear in the hearts of those below.

In Irish mythology, the Morrigan ("phantom queen") was a war goddess who would sometimes take the form of a crow. She would fly over battlefields like this, inspiring fear in the hearts of those below.

Irish Dictionary at http://AchingProsperity.com/dictionary.htm  honey-moon (English-Irish Slang) - the origins of the honeymoon are in dispute, but likely refers to a newly married couple taking a month off (a moon) to be together and drink mead or honey wine, which was thought to aid fertility; this tradition is cross-cultural around Europe, Asia and the Middle-East and predates the etymology of the English word "honeymoon" or originally "hony moone"; that etymology can be traced to the…

Irish Dictionary at http://AchingProsperity.com/dictionary.htm honey-moon (English-Irish Slang) - the origins of the honeymoon are in dispute, but likely refers to a newly married couple taking a month off (a moon) to be together and drink mead or honey wine, which was thought to aid fertility; this tradition is cross-cultural around Europe, Asia and the Middle-East and predates the etymology of the English word "honeymoon" or originally "hony moone"; that etymology can be traced to the…

18 More Unusual Travel Words That You Should Know - Need some new words for travel? Sick of using "wanderlust" to describe travel and yourself? Here's 18 more travel words to help you out!

18 More Unusual Travel Words That You Should Know

The Vikings of Bjornstad  Old Norse Dictionary - English to Old Norse

another pinner: The Vikings of Bjornstad Old Norse Dictionary - English to Old Norse

tenalach, a word used in the hills and mountains in the west of Ireland, allows one to literally hear the earth sing.

word-stuck: “ Tenalach, a word used in the hills and mountains in the west of Ireland, allows one to literally hear the earth sing. (submitted by tenalach) ”

Forvo is a webtool that hails itself as being the largest pronunciation guide in the world. You and your students can use this site to find millions of words pronounced in their original languages. A great tool for ESL/EEL Students and also for students in general. A powerful tool that is sure to make language study in the classroom even better.

Forvo - great tool when learning a new language - the largest pronunciation guide in the world with audio pronunciations in more than 200 languages

Linguistics Research Center: links to learn Old French, Old Norse, Gothic, etc. all online!

Early Indo-European language lessons online from the Linguistics Research Center at U of Texas. Among the online materials are series on Latin, Classical Greek, Old English, and Old Norse.

The most beautiful words in the Irish language.

The most beautiful words in the Irish language.//How is uisce beautiful, like obviously water is great and all. Idk maybe I'm just desensitised to my beautiful language

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