Irish verb conjugation

Irish (Gaelic) is the national language and first official language of Ireland. This celtic language is chiefly spoken in the western and southwestern parts of the Republic of Ireland. In the past century, the number of Irish-speaking persons has declined from 50% of the population of Ireland to less than 20%.

Conjugate an Irish Verb

Fill in the infinitive. Don't use any capital letters!
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Some of the Irish characters don't exist in the English alphabet. If you can't input them here - try the following:

To Get Enter Sample Verbs
á a/ fa/g equals fág
ó o/ to/g equals tóg
See also:



  • Dillon, Myles et Donncha ó Cróinín. Irish - a complete introductory course. New York, 1981.
  • McGonagle, Noel. Irish Grammar and basic handbook. Hippocrene books, inc.. New York, 1998.