Mar eolas duit a Dennis.
Mórán mar a chéile a bheas an foclóir seo, is dóigh, leis an gceann nár oscail duit roimhe seo.
Ag an seoladh seo : http://www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/liosta/gaeilge-b/FAQ.html
fuair mé an méid seo a leanas :
The most useful pieces of software around for the advanced learner have to be Gléacht's Dictionary, (and Dr. Ó Duibhinn's GAELDICT
Gléacht's dictionary, a version of Niall Ó Dónaill's Focloir Gaeilge-Bearla, runs on MS-DOS only and is available from
Professor Cathair Ó Dochairtaigh
Department of Celtic
(Dr. Ó Duibhinn's GAELDICT is a searchable database of texts by well-known authors (mainly from Donegal), and is available at http://www.ceantar.org/Comp/soft.html
Ag an seoladh eile seo http://www.geocities.com/Paris/3437/odon.html
tháinig mé ar an méid seo a leanas:
O Donaill - Léirmheas
Niall O Donaill, 'Foclóir Gaeilge-Béarla'
O Donaill is - for the moment - the definitive Irish - English dictionary, published in 1977.
ISBN 1-85791-038-9 - the hardback edition.
... O Donaill is also available in a computerised version (DOS only) which allows it to be also used as an English-Irish dictionary.
The company who put the database of the dictionary together is
Minden, NV 89423 USA
The cost is around 70-80 US dollars and is currently only available as a
DOS program (IBM compats).
No Mac version - yet. If you own a Mac, you might be interested in some of EGT's Irish language software for the Macintosh. Check out Everson Gunn Teoranta at this url http://www.indigo.ie/egt
Gach bua is beannacht.