Guide to Irish Accents

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  • Published on Mar 11, 2015
  • A quick guide to the accents used by different areas within Ireland.
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    This video should act as a perfect resource for any of you with any interest in coming to Ireland, so you know which parts to avoid and which parts to go for!
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  • SeánMcloughlinFan
    SeánMcloughlinFan 3 days ago

    I think I’ve found jacksepticeyes accent 1:00

  • Paulina Mokrzynska
    Paulina Mokrzynska 5 days ago +1

    I,m irish why am i here???

  • Lisa Lavelle
    Lisa Lavelle 10 days ago

    Did you just do North, South and East, and skip the West???

  • Graham Kristensen
    Graham Kristensen 12 days ago

    So what's Jacksepticeye?

  • Mystic gamer
    Mystic gamer 15 days ago

    Is it a coincidence that cork comes after Dublin. “The people’s republic of cork” killed me.(I’m from carlow

  • CC
    CC 15 days ago

    Ireland has some of the best accents

  • LHC
    LHC 18 days ago

    The Cork sounds a bit like Brummie in parts

  • manky toe nail06
    manky toe nail06 23 days ago

    Our accent here in the north is just a fuckin mixture of every accent in the isles.

  • Walter White
    Walter White 23 days ago

    We love your accent from America 🇺🇸

  • Tim Buraczewski
    Tim Buraczewski 23 days ago

    We dont all sound like leprechauns on acid, thats exactly why im here tripping on acid trying to speak like one

  • el CHAMBA
    el CHAMBA 23 days ago

    all sounds the same to me and i love it

  • Daddy Pobbin
    Daddy Pobbin 27 days ago

    I don't get how on the map, the 6 counties disappear and Leitrim and Donegal are having a strange tryst

  • king Tommy
    king Tommy Month ago

    DONEGAL

  • Gatsby
    Gatsby Month ago

    I’m Northern Irish and we have quite a few accents but you’d probably have to be from here to notice the subtle differences. We are somewhat a mixture of the Irish and Scottish accent, I used to dislike it but have really grown to appreciate it as I get older 💚

    • Tom
      Tom Month ago

      Gatsby you’re irish lad, don’t start inventing places now

  • Sit Nomine Digna
    Sit Nomine Digna Month ago

    Being an American trying to decode the fucked off accents on Hardy Bucks, this was fairly helpful.

  • Callum Corcoran
    Callum Corcoran Month ago

    The dublin accent annoys the shit out of me and I'm originally from Dublin for christ sake

  • oscarwildeghost
    oscarwildeghost Month ago

    Leftover Kerry accents in my family and a lot of those who live around me in my New England town. Still can tell what church you belong to on whether you say Aitch or Haitch for the letter H. When we talk to each other outsiders scratch their heads.

  • MC
    MC Month ago

    Calling all my Irishmen out there!!
    IRISH CULTURE ALL THE WAY LADS! I’M A SHIT MUCH OF IRISH AND I LOVE IT!
    THE LADIES LOVE IT!
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
    ☘️☘️☘️🍀🍀🍀🍀
    🇨🇮🇨🇮🇨🇮🇨🇮🇨🇮🇨🇮🇨🇮
    GRANDFATHER SERVED IN WWII!
    PROUD YOUND IRISH LAD HERE!

  • Kyle Cole
    Kyle Cole Month ago

    It's fokin naii

  • Snow Lord
    Snow Lord Month ago

    You wee fucker ye norn iron is fuckin different, catholics i swear to god

  • Jamie
    Jamie Month ago

    As a musician I felt horrified when I heard that anyone would dare to speak 'a few octaves higher' than standard.

  • a mess
    a mess Month ago +3

    Just out of curiosity, anyone know where this guy's natural accent is from? I'm American so Im clueless about Irish accents

    • a mess
      a mess Month ago

      Darragh Stanton Nice. Thanks 👍

    • Darragh Stanton
      Darragh Stanton Month ago

      sounds like a neutral dublin accent, kinda in between the 2 he spoke about

  • Sandi Nyanda
    Sandi Nyanda Month ago

    Been living in Belfast for a few months now boy that was accurate😂 wish you did Derry too can barely understand them

  • Bethani Walker
    Bethani Walker Month ago

    I’m American but most of my blood is Irish and I never have been to Ireland but I still know how to make the accent like a piece of cake

  • naaim small
    naaim small Month ago

    Was that Blindboy?

  • Camilla Lorenzo
    Camilla Lorenzo Month ago

    Where’s the mayo accent

  • Confused Roleplayer

    Galway’s accent differs from km to km good on ya

  • Help me Please
    Help me Please Month ago +1

    Wahs de shtory lad?

  • half irish leprechaun

    *dont mind me a half irish person watching this*

  • DerpsTheKitten
    DerpsTheKitten Month ago

    I’m from Cork and... LMAOOO

  • laser crab boi
    laser crab boi Month ago +5

    im from mayo and the most common way to say hi is whats the craic i know other counties do it but in mayo thats the most i've heard it

  • Cinnamommy
    Cinnamommy Month ago

    My dad is from Kerry and my mom is from Dublin and for years my dad had me saying "Up the Kingdom" around other dubs

  • Lorraine Larkin
    Lorraine Larkin Month ago

    Where's offaly on that map

  • The Daily Shave!
    The Daily Shave! Month ago

    Ye wouldn't be long getting frost bit

  • KingDJRule
    KingDJRule Month ago

    I didn't understand half of the things he said, even without the harsh accents :'D
    In my opinion, as a non native English speaker, a south British accent is more desirable (and more understandable)

  • Gabe Itches
    Gabe Itches Month ago +3

    The people who are from kerry lmao😂
    ⬇️

  • caliente g&m
    caliente g&m 2 months ago

    daithi de nogla is from limerick and he absolutely fits what you did

  • Jeanne Benvenuto
    Jeanne Benvenuto 2 months ago +4

    I'm French and after a trip to Ireland I took the nothern Dublin accent. Oops

  • Dermot Heaney
    Dermot Heaney 2 months ago

    The west of Ireland?

  • William dabill
    William dabill 2 months ago

    Hey! Rubberbandits!

  • Michael Turner
    Michael Turner 2 months ago

    Yup yup repping Finglas boys anyone from north dublin?

  • Niall O'Shaughnessy
    Niall O'Shaughnessy 2 months ago +1

    Wheres d south east

  • Justin
    Justin 2 months ago +1

    And go into the northside into the mansions of Skerries, Malahide, Howth, Clontarf, Castleknock etc and you'll find some of the poshest Dublin accents imaginable but don't bother being accurate when trying to describe accents and just go off some ancient stereotypes that are outdated today

  • Justin
    Justin 2 months ago

    Like the accent he claims applies to the southside barely even applies for half the southside, go into D8, D10, D12, D20, D22 and they all speak like the so called northside accent

  • Justin
    Justin 2 months ago

    This video is fucking dreadful, I can't imagine this fella has actually been to south dublin much if he thinks thats the way we speak here, I reckon the people in Clondalkin, Tallaght, Ballyfermot, Drimnagh, Crumlin etc would like to have a word with you

  • erzan
    erzan 2 months ago +4

    Irish accents are sexy.
    Love from your neighbour.
    🇬🇧❤️🇮🇪

  • wooshmeifyouareuneducated

    i wish someone would cover a westmeath accent, im from mullingar

  • Danny McCaffrey
    Danny McCaffrey 2 months ago

    Where's the narrators accent from? SW/Cork?

  • ruthroses1
    ruthroses1 2 months ago

    loving the belfast accent

  • Myrin
    Myrin 2 months ago +12

    *the rest of ireland:* cork
    *cork:* _cark_

  • TFX_BOBBY
    TFX_BOBBY 2 months ago

    Why tf is donegal cut in half ya culchie potato

  • Sofía Gefe
    Sofía Gefe 2 months ago

    HAHAHA im spanish but i was in cork 2 years ago and maaannn thats the fucking accent HAHAHA you killed it xD

  • THE DAB POLICE
    THE DAB POLICE 2 months ago

    I'm from Northern Ireland, we're a separate country from Ireland but still counted as ireland. Im in belfast (the capital city) and there is so much to do! There is the science museum W5, SSE arena, titanic quarter and more. Titanic quarter has a building called "titanic" it is the front of the titanic turned into a building, and it's a museum, we have lots of museums.

  • C C
    C C 2 months ago

    It's mostly just a south Dublin accent everywhere actually. Outside of the working classes and farmers.
    Look up Supraregional Irish English. That's what happens when one part of the country (South Dublin, RTÉ) is overrepresented in the national media and television.

    • Justin
      Justin 2 months ago

      What the fuck are you talking there is no south dublin accent, it varies from the likes of Tallaght and Crumlin to the east side like D4 and D6, likewise many parts of the northside have that so called south dublin accent, Skerries, Malahide etc, get a grip you tool

  • MR_CONMAN_ 101
    MR_CONMAN_ 101 2 months ago

    Ya got them spot on there lad

  • Hannah13 X
    Hannah13 X 2 months ago

    We put the word like and boi in every sentence so like 🦧

  • Irish Archer
    Irish Archer 2 months ago

    Mate born and raised in Southern Ireland THE MOTHER COUNTRY
    Now Northern Ireland tis part of Britain
    So it’s kinda Britain instead but on Ireland
    If you wanna know why look up Irish history
    Our language was almost extinct
    Okay tis positively possible
    For ye te have a cork accent a Carlow accent a Boris accent and a limerick accent mixed
    Cause when I ain’t recording me voice with me I’m ado a normal Irish accent from Carlow
    When I’m at school I use a borris Mixed with a Carlow and cook accent
    So I talk fast high and kinda like I’m on drugs

  • Susan F
    Susan F 2 months ago

    You all sound beautiful to me and I live near Toronto, Canada. I have a boring accent, in which is nothing at all to me. Someone from Dublin wrote "What's cracking", I thought it was cute.

  • VickMcbread
    VickMcbread 2 months ago +1

    I'm here cause some guy had the MOST BEAUTIFUL accent but I couldn't put my finger on it. I asked him and he said "Irish" and I was like: WHAT? He didn't SOUND irish. But then I come to this video and I low-and-behold he's probably from south (edit: south Dublin) Ireland.

  • róisín o connor
    róisín o connor 2 months ago

    limericks fav word: like
    corks fav word: boy
    kerry’s fav words: now, shur, tis, ju, complete and utter gibberish