collectivisation in Irish

Updated: 22-05-2024 by Wikilanguages.net
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Do you know collectivisation in Irish? How to use collectivisation in Irish and how to say collectivisation in Irish? How to write collectivisation in Irish? Now let's learn how to say collectivisation in Irish language.

collectivisation translate to Irish meanings: comhshealĂșchas.
In other words, comhshealĂșchas in Irish is collectivisation in English.
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collectivisationcomhshealĂșchas

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How to use collectivisation in Irish?

Meaning of collectivisation in Irish language is: comhshealĂșchas.

Other words in Irish

  • collectivisation: comhshealĂșchas.
  • Additional definition and meaning of collectivisation in Irish language

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    How to say collectivisation in Irish?

    comhshealĂșchas. This is your most common way to say collectivisation in comhshealĂșchas language. Click audio icon to pronounce collectivisation in Irish::

    EnglishIrish
    pronunciation pronunciation
    collectivisationcomhshealĂșchas

    How to write collectivisation in Irish?

    The standard way to write "collectivisation" in Irish is: comhshealĂșchas

    Alphabet in Irish

    Alphabet in Irish

    About Irish language

    See more about Irish language in here.

    Irish (Gaeilge in Standard Irish) is a Goidelic language of the Insular Celtic branch of the Celtic language family, which is a part of the Indo-European language family. Irish originated on the island of Ireland and was the population's first language until the late 18th century. Although English has been the first language of most residents of the island since the early 19th century, Irish is spoken as a first language in broad areas of counties Cork, Donegal, Galway, and Kerry, as well as smaller areas of counties Mayo, Meath, and Waterford. It is also spoken by a larger group of habitual but non-traditional speakers, mostly in urban areas where the majority are second-language speakers. Daily users outside the education system number around 73,000 (1.5%), and over 1.85 million (37%) people across the island claim to be at least somewhat proficient with the language..

    Writing system in Irish

    Latin (Irish alphabet), Irish Braille

    Irish Speaking Countries and Territories

    Irish Speaking Countries and Territories: Ireland.

    Irish speaking countries and territories

    Irish native speakers

    Irish native speakers: 170,000 (daily usage outside education: 73,000) (2019).

    Irish language code

    Irish language code is: ga.

    Conclusion on collectivisation in Irish

    Now that you have learned and understood the common ways of saying collectivisation in Irish is "comhshealĂșchas", it's time to learn how to say collectivisation in Irish. This will hopefully give you a little motivation to study Irish today.

    comhshealĂșchas in Irish meanings collectivisation in English.

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