The non-standard pronunciation regarding the Gaeltacht Cois Fharraige area with lengthened vowels and heavily paid off endings provides it a sound that is distinct.

The non-standard pronunciation regarding the Gaeltacht Cois Fharraige area with lengthened vowels and heavily paid off endings provides it a sound that is distinct.

In addition Connacht and Ulster speakers have a tendency to range from the “we” pronoun rather than utilize the compound that is standard found in Munster, e. Some short vowels are lengthened and others diphthongised before – nn , – m , – rr , – rd , – ll , in monosyllabic words and in the stressed syllable of multisyllabic words where the syllable is followed by a consonant as in Munster Irish. Devamını oku