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Gael
 · Na Gaeil · Na Gàidheil
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An Gal Gréine, sebuah simbol Gaelik tradisional yang mula-mula disebutkan dalam Fiannaíocht.
Total populasi
s. 1.9 juta (linguistik)
Kawasan dengan populasi yang signifikan
 Irlandia 1,770,000 (linguistik)[1]
 Britania Raya 122,518 (linguistik)[2]
 Amerika Serikat 27,475 (linguistik)[3]
 Kanada 9,000 (linguistik)[4]
 Australia 2,717 (linguistik)[5]
 Selandia Baru 670 (linguistik)
Bahasa
Irlandia · Gaelik Skotlandia · Manx
(Non-Gaelik: Inggris · Skotlandia)
Agama
Kristen · Tak beragama (dulu: Paganisme)
Kelompok etnis terkait
Norse-Gael · Norman yang ter-Gaelisasi

Gael (pengucapan bahasa Irlandia: [ɡeːlˠ], pelafalan Gaelik Skotlandia: [kɛː.əlˠ]; bahasa Irlandia: Na Gaeil, bahasa Gaelik Skotlandia: Na Gàidheil) adalah sebuah kelompok etnolinguistik yang berasal dari barat laut Eropa, Mereka memiliki keterkaitan dengan rumpun bahasa Gaelik: sebuah cabang dari rumpun bahasa Keltik yang terdiri dari bahasa Irlandia, bahasa Manx dan bahasa Gaelik Skotlandia. Pada masa lalu, etnonim Irlandia dan Skotlandia umumnya merujuk kepada Gael, namun cangkupan kebangsaannya pada masa sekarang lebih kompleks.

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