Sunday Express £1000 Crossword

25 across The Irish Gaelic name for Ireland I think is EIRE according to Collins English Dictionary but I have seen the answer given as ERSE which I think is a description of the language eg he is speaking erse . Can anyone confirm which is correct please.Many thanks.
15:45 Sun 24th Nov 2013
 
Avatar Image
dumb&dummer
Best Answer
You are correct - EIRE
15:54 Sun 24th Nov 2013 Go To Best Answer

Only 1 answer

You are correct - EIRE

Only 1 answer

Related Questions

24 across,To hand down; pass on, as to following generations. 8letters also 36down A wall hanging, especially of tapestry. Many thanks...
I am having trouble with 27d. Four letters, I have S - - S, but can't think of anything that fits the clue - concessions, bribes, etc., given to placate or mollify.
16a a frame that contains a window or a door 4 letters 19a a light slender flexible sword tipped with a button and usua shaped guard 5 letters Can you help with the above for my father please? many...
30 across: Channels that carry rapid currents of water (7 letters) I have S-u-c-s...
11 down: A former royal house of various European Countries (8 letters)
good morning, Happy Sunday to you, I am stuck on the last answer for my dad 10a clever or humorous remarks 10 letters I have w--t-I-I-m- I thought it was witticisms, but I cannot find plural anywhere...

Latest posts