Key to the colors and languages
||All the Gaelics
||Other Celtic languages
||Not language related
These "gem" dots seem more common on European sites than American ones,
but I think they're great. I first saw the green ones on one of the
Everson Gunn Teo.
Most of the Irish and Scottish Gaelic
seanfhocail (proverbs) that appear on the first page
are from the
Damian Lyons. A few others are
from various postings to GAELIC-L.
The Manx ones are from Phil Kelly.
If you have any you'd like to add to the list, please send 'em to
You can use the
to automatically send you an email message when a certain page has
changed. Most pages have a link that will allow you to register them
directly. The home page changes every time it is viewed, so it no longer makes
sense to have it watched by the minder.
The following people were the first to point out a bug in one
of the programs or an error on one of the pages,
or to suggested something relevant that was then
added, and have thus been awarded one (at least) of John's Infamous
Chocolate Chip Cookies (not trademarked, patent not pending). Cookies
are available on demand (once I have time to bake 'em), but must be picked up
in Seattle. And yes, I've (pretty much) stopped putting chili powder
- Luke Kane, 29/Jan/98
- Reminded me about
Daltaí na Gaeilge
- John Mullen, 29/Jan/98
- Pointed out that
The Yamada Web Guide to Gaeilge (Irish Gaelic)
had links to the old site.
- Michael Doyle, 28/Jan/98
- Pointed out a typo on the front page!
- Trueman Matheson, 14/Apr/97
- Provided info about
Còmhairle na Gàidhlig.
- Denise Goulter, 11/Apr/97
- Provided info about Highland Games.
- Séamas N., 4/Apr/97
- Noted the error on page 103 of
- Dr. David P. Barnwell, 24/Mar/97
- Pointed out that Teangeolas
didn't have an entry of its own.
- Lisa J. Marussi, 20/Mar/97
- Pointed out that Clár assumes you mean the verb
tar instead of the preposition thar when you enter
thar and have the Show all forms item set to All
and not Default. This is because having All set implies that
the word is a verb, and the program will try some tricks to turn it into one