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What Is Ireland's Nickname?

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The island country of Ireland, which is located to the west of Great Britain in the continent of Europe, is officially known as the Republic of Ireland. The Republic of Ireland has many nicknames. However, the official nickname of the Republic of Ireland is the Emerald Isle. The Republic of Ireland is called the Emerald Isle because the Irish landscape is lush green in colour.

In the local language, that is the Irish language, the Republic of Ireland is known as Erin. The name Erin has, in turn, been derived from the Irish name for the Republic of Ireland, which is Eire. The name Erin is most commonly used in the expression Erin Go Bragh. The Republic of Ireland is called Hibernia in the Latin language. The country has also earned the sobriquets the Land of Saints and Scholars, the Poor Old Woman, Silk of the Kine and the Old Sod.
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The emerald isle or erin
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Emerald isle
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Ireland has several nicknames. I know Eire and Emerald Isle. In case you want to find out about this wonderful country, I recommend to check Lonely Planet Ireland travel guide. It can provide you with more interesting information.

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The green isle

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