Borrowing from Irish
- Head of State for the Republic of Ireland, comparable to a US or Mexican President.
- Title of the person holding that office.
- As a title the word should always be capitalised.
- When describing the political position, the word is sometimes capitalised but lower case is typically used.
Uachtarán m (genitive Uachtaráin, nominative plural Uachtaráin)
- President (used as a title for the head of state of a republic)
Forms with the definite article:
Without further specification, an tUachtarán is usually interpreted to mean the President of Ireland, but the title applies to other presidents as well, e.g. an tUachtarán Obama, an tUachtarán Hollande, etc.
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|Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every
possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.