VARADKAR BOUNCE GIVES IRELAND'S FINE GAEL EIGHT-POINT POLL LEAD | REUTERS

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Gael: The Gaels or Goidels are speakers of one of the GoidelicGaelic Celtic languages: Irish, Scottish Gaelic and Manx. Goidelic speech originated in Ireland and subsequently spread to western and northern Scotland and the Isle of Man.