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Erse

(ûrs), synonym for Irish and sometimes also for Scottish Gaelic. See Celtic languagesCeltic languages,
subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages. At one time, during the Hellenistic period, Celtic speech extended all the way from Britain and the Iberian Peninsula in the west across Europe to Asia Minor in the east, where a district still known as
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Erse

another name for Irish Gaelic
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[gleann, Erse.] A valley; a dale; a depression between two hills.
+ quin flu tter = flu + utter by e = by + ye comb ust = comb + bust muff in = muff + fin hij ack = hij (high) + jack horn et = horn + net tar ot = tar + rot rev erse = rev + verse fez en (dial.
But Scots Gaelic is in fact Irish or Erse although the Irish tell me that the Scottish version is quite unrecognisable.
And,-If the Irish in Erse converse in Dublin, they find it too utterly charming.
EDP said that it was studying, together with the Regulator ERSE, alterations to the current price structure.
The United States was encouraged by a statement from Syria, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates and Oman that Iraq bore responsibility for the consequences of not complying with UN demands, and appealed to Baghdad to rev erse course.
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16 Want; 15 Y, 7= I, 6= D, 5= O, 4= S, 3= H, 2= E, 1= Claw; 14 Bloc; 13 Knob; 12 Silk; 11 Codeword: Tips; 10 Emit; 9 Mile; 8 Loom; 7 Evil; 6 Erse; 5 Acne; 4 Sofa; 3 Lies; 2 Foal; 1 collecting.