Fascinating Facts About The Irish Language In Honor Of St. Patrick's Day
(Source: Mental Floss)
It turns out that the word we use for the Irish language is actually what it's called in English -- Gaelige is the name of the language in Irish. Even the phrase "Erin go Braugh" is an Anglicisation of a shout out to the country, usually translated as "Ireland Forever!" Other fun facts about the language include how words for "yes" or "no" don't even exist but there are many sets of numbers depending on what you're using them for, along with only eleven irregular verbs.
Read about more facts about the Irish language on Mental Floss here.