an Irish game played with 15 players on each side and goals resembling rugby posts with a net on the bottom part. Players are allowed to kick, punch, and bounce the ball and attempt to get it over the bar or in the net
a rough football-like game mainly played in Ireland with 15 players to each side with the object of the game is to punch, dribble, or kick the ball into a goal
Gaelic football probably developed from the rough-and-tumble football games played in medieval England.
/ˈɡɛːltəxt/ noun 1. any of the regions in Ireland in which Irish Gaelic is the vernacular speech. The form Gaeltacht is sometimes also used to mean the region of Scotland in which Scottish Gaelic is spoken See also Gaidhealtachd
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[gaf] /gæf/ noun 1. an iron hook with a handle for landing large fish. 2. the spur on a climbing iron, especially as used by telephone linemen. 3. Nautical. a spar rising aft from a mast to support the head of a quadrilateral fore-and-aft sail (gaff sail) 4. a metal spur for a gamecock. verb […]