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- Skerries, County Dublin. The band was formed in 1987 by Pól MacAmhlaigh (b****) and Ciarán MacUiliam (guitars). Their sound blends black metal and doom metal...
- Not to be confused with the Scottish writer, Dòmhnall MacAmhlaigh. Dónall Peadar Mac Amhlaigh (10 December 1926 – 27 January 1989) was an Irish writer...
- Dòmhnall MacAmhlaigh (21 May 1930 – 28 February 2017) was a Scottish Gaelic poet and professor. He was born and raised in a Gaelic-speaking community...
- all of these have male and female forms depending on the bearer, e.g. all Mac- names become Nic- if the person is female. Some of the Scottish Gaelic surnames...
- Gaelicised Norse personal names (for example, MacAmhlaigh -> Macaulay, MacAsgaill -> Macaskill, and MacLeòid -> Macleod). Such 'Norse' names in these...
- (Fiddle, Whistle, Pipes, Bouzouki) plays with Battlefield Band Dòmhnall MacAmhlaigh professor, scholar, and Scottish Gaelic poet Kenneth Grant Fraser, pioneer...
- writers who were active, including Sorley MacLean, Iain Crichton Smith, George Campbell Hay, and Dòmhnall MacAmhlaigh. Some of the most influential Gaelic...
- Lancaster U. Press. ISBN 978-1-86220-110-1.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link) MacAmhlaigh, Donall (2013). An Irish Navvy: The Diary of an Exile. Collins Press...
- Bhriain Mac Amhlaigh, who died in 1983, was reportedly the last native-speaker of Antrim Irish. A wealth of recordings and stories told by Mac Amhlaigh were...
- name. It is an Anglicisation of the Scottish Gaelic Amhladh, Amhlaidh, Amhlaigh, and Amhlaibh. The standard Irish Gaelic form of these names is Amhlaoibh...
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