how do you spell connor in gaelic (irish)?

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Answered: Is Irish and Gaelic the same?

Yes its the same , but its really technically 'Gaeilge' and not 'gaelic' though.Ireland was one of the few nations that was not conquered by Rome during its heydey, so its language wasn't Romanized, like most of the others in Europe. KnowledgeBase Software

Answered: Irish pronunciation for welcome

Fáilte: Fall-te (as in te in teddy). Romhat: Like the English word "Wrote". Isteach: Ish-tock. Note: The phrase literally means "welcome you in" in the singular. Fáilte Romhaibh Isteach is the plural. Romhaibh: Row - ieve (like the ieve in sieve)

Answered: How do you spell safeproof? Safe-proof? Safe proof? Safeproof?

If you have to use it I would hyphenate as safe-proof. It doesn't really make sense, though, to be safe against a safe. Better words are child-proof, fire-proof, theft-proof.

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Does anyone know if there is a Gaelic dictionary that has the phonetic

Typically if you can find children's books or dictionaries written in Irish, they have the phonetics. Other than that, I'd look for teaching tools or general language learning tools in Irish (and make sure they're all consistently in the dialect you want to learn!)