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008 180501s2018 enk 000 0 eng
020 _a9781788545259
_c(hbk.)
040 _aDLC
_beng
_cDLC
_erda
_dIeDuRDS
082 _223
_a491.62 OSE
100 _aÓ Séaghdha, Darach
_9131928
245 1 0 _aCraic baby :
_bdispatches from a rising language /
_cDarach O'Séaghdha.
264 1 _aLondon :
_bHead of Zeus,
_c2018.
300 _axii, 146 pages ;
_c21 cm.
505 0 _aIntroduction -- Normal people -- New words -- Multilingual children -- Language, neologisms and power -- Hiberno-English -- Computer languages and Irish -- Old Irish, older Irish and Sengoídelc -- Fantasy Island -- Brehon law, Bunreacht Law -- Conclusion.
520 _a"What do we talk about when we talk about Irish? When we talk about saving or supporting a language do we mean the musical combination of syllables, or something more profound? How do new words enter a language, and what is the relationship between that strange dialect called Hiberno-English and its parent language? [Thsi book] ... explorss the very new and very old parts of the Irish language from a personal perspective."--Book jacket.
650 0 _aIrish language.
_943507
650 0 _aIrish language
_vHumor.
_9131929
650 0 _aFathers and daughters.
_984562
650 0 _aChildren
_xLanguage.
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_cLEN