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- 30th Dáil : Add brief definition or description
- Artemis Fowl : Title character in a series of five novels by Eoin Colfer revolving around this child prodigy.
- Belfast : The capital of Northern Ireland and the second-largest city on the island of Ireland.
- Bertie Ahern : The longest serving Taoiseach (Prime Minister) in the history of Ireland. The tenth Taoiseach, 1997-2008.
- Black days of the week : Historical dates given a melodramatic moniker.
- Boland’s Mill : Scene of the Easter Rising in the inner-city Grand Canal Dock area of Dublin, Ireland.
- Coddle : Dublin, Ireland food dish: white sausages in broth with potatoes and bacon and seasoned with salt, pepper and parsley.
- Conn Cétchathach : Legendary prehistoric Irish king, said to be the ancestor of many important medieval dynasties.
- Counties of Ireland : Traditional and local government subdivisions of the island of Ireland.
- Country : Nation, state, region, or territory, or large tract of land distinguishable by features of topography, biology, or culture.
- Cú Chulainn : The teenage hero of the Ulaid in the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology, sometimes referred to as "the Irish Achilles" for his choice of a short but glorious life.
- Dollhouse : Small model house used as a children's toy or to display miniature dolls and furniture.
- Dáil Éireann : The lower house of the Oireachtas (parliament) of Ireland.
- Easter Rising : A revolt against the Anglo-Irish union, starting on Easter Monday, 1916
- Edmund Burke : (1729–97) British political thinker who opposed the French Revolution and developed a coherent conservative philosophy.
- Ella Young : (1867-1956) Irish poet, political activist, and mystic.
- Europe : Sixth largest continent; area 10,000,000 km2; pop. 720,000,000
- Fenian brotherhood : 19th century Irish nationalist organization based in the USA.
- Frank Stapleton : (born July 10, 1956 in Dublin) A former football player from Ireland.
- General Post Office (Ireland) : The headquarters for the Irish Postal service, famous in Irish history for its role in the 1916 Easter Rising,
- Guinness : A type of stout, originally brewed in Dublin, Ireland.
- Heineken Cup : The premier Rugby union international club competition in the northern hemisphere.
- International Astronomical Union : Internationally recognized authority for assigning designations to celestial bodies (stars, planets, asteroids, etc), headquartered in Paris, France.
- Ireland (island) : An island to the west coast of Great Britain, comprising the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
- Ireland (state) : Republic (population c. 4.2 million; capital Dublin) comprising about 85% of the Atlantic island of Ireland, west of Great Britain.
- Irish Census of 1911 : Add brief definition or description
- James Larkin : (1876-1947), A socialist leader of the Dublin based Union, the Irish Transport and General Workers Union.
- Michael Collins : Irish revolutionary leader who led negotiations at the Anglo-Irish Treaty. Lead the pro-treaty side during the Irish Civil War.
- Moving panorama : Form of visual entertainment in the nineteenth century, utilising contiguous views of passing scenery, as if seen from a boat or a train window.
- Orange Order : The largest Unionist organisation in Northern Ireland, with at least 75,000 members.
- Padraig Pearse : (10 November 1879 – 3 May 1916) Dublin-born teacher, writer and Irish nationalist, and one of the leaders of the Easter Rising of 1916, for which he was court-martialled and, with his brother Willie, executed by firing squad.
- Provinces of Ireland : Add brief definition or description
- Republicanism : The political ideology of a nation as a republic, with an emphasis on liberty, rule by the people, and the civic virtue practiced by citizens.
- Ronnie Drew : An Irish folk singer and founding member of the iconic Irish folk band, The Dubliners.
- Rugby union : The original form of rugby football played in teams of fifteen. It was strictly amateur until 1995 when it opened up to professionalism.
- Sea Stallion : A modern-day authentic reconstruction of a 30-metre Viking longship.
- Tom Barry : Tom Barry (1897-1980) was an Irish revolutionary and folk hero who lead a flying column during the Irish War of Independence. Following the war he fought in the Irish Civil War and remained a high ranking member of the Irish Republican Army until 1938.
- Trinity College Dublin : "Ireland's oldest college, founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I"
- U2 : One of the world's most popular rock groups, formed in Dublin in 1976.