Last modified on 14 November 2012, at 21:33

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Country names in IrishEdit

Hi, the standard practice here for country names in Irish is to use the unmutated form without the definite article as the entry name and the form with the definite article (plus lenition if appropriate) as the displayed form. Thus the entry for France is called [[Frainc]] but its headword line says an Fhrainc, and the translation line at [[France]] says {{t|ga|Frainc|alt=an Fhrainc|f}}. —Angr 21:33, 14 November 2012 (UTC)