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Pocket Irish Craic
Compiled by Tony Potter

Craic, or crack is a Gaelic word, with no exact English translation. The closest you get is fun. The expression ceoil agus craic, means music and fun, but the word is also used as a term for gossip, entertainment, enjoyable conversation and having a good time. It is often used with the definite article – the craic. Enter the word in Google and over 4.5 million entries come up, so there's a lot of craic out there!

This book celebrates the best if it, from celebrations to sightseeing, with everything from bog snorkelling to matchmaking the Irish way!

€4.99
Status: Available
Hardback, 256 pages
9780717170210
Gill Books
English
147 x 131 mm
February 2017
 

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