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Irish terriersmall dog with reddish coat
Airedale; Airedale terrierlarge dog
American pit bull terrierpit bull terrier
American Staffordshire terrierpit bull terrier
Anglo-IrishIrish people with English ancestry
Australian terriertype of wirehaired terrier
Bedlington terrier; Bedlingtontype of dog
Border terriersmall dog with rough coat
Boston terrierBoston bull, Boston bulldog, cross between bulldog and terrier
bull terriersmooth-haired dog
Cairn terriercairn, small Scottish terrier
Dandie Dinmont; Dandie Dinmont terriersmall Scottish terrier
fox terriersmall dog, type of dog
IrishIrish Gaelic, language of Ireland; Irish people, inhabitants of Ireland, of English dialect of Ireland, of Irish Gaelic, of or pertaining to Ireland, of Irish origin, people from Ireland
Irish coffeecoffee with whiskey
Irish elkextinct giant elk
Irish EnglishEnglish in Ireland
Irish GaelicIrish, official language of Republic of Ireland
Irish harpsmall harp
Irish mosscarrageen, edible seaweed
Irish potatopotato
Irish Republican ArmyCatholic resistance fighting for the unity of northern Ireland and Ireland (I.R.A), IRA
Irish setterlarge dog with reddish coat, red setter
Irish stewlamb and potato stew
Irish water spaniellarge spaniel
Irish whiskeyalcoholic drink made in Ireland
Irish wolfhoundlarge dog with shaggy coat
Jack Russell; Jack Russell terriersmall terrier
Kerry blue terrier; Kerry bluebluish-gray terrier
Lakeland terrierbreed of terrier
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. For more information about the authors see Credits.

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