This nifty tool takes Irish input and spits out dictionary definitions and morphological analysis of each word; it will also provide all other forms of the words if you ask it to. I should add that this is Modern Irish we’re talking about; if you tried to do it for Old Irish the computer would probably shriek, gibber, and die. (Via ilani ilani.)


  1. Hmm, it analyses “tobann” as a morphological variant of “ann” in “Rinneadh í go tobann.” Oops.

  2. Terry Simons says

    You can use Kevin Scannell’s “caighdan” tool to convert old irish into modern Irish:

  3. Very cool, thanks!

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