Is he Irish or of Irish decent?
I know someone who's great, great grandfather was born in Ireland. Does that mean he's Irish or of Irish decent?
- Anonymous4 months ago
Ireland is full of blacks and Muslims now
- The PupaLv 65 months ago
Irish decent. If he wasn't born in Ireland or doesn't have Irish citizenship, he is of Irish decent.
- rustbucketLv 77 months ago
If you're asking about the grandfather he was Irish.
- Anonymous7 months ago
if he's in the US he's Irish-American
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- Orla CLv 77 months ago
Irish descent, if he's born and reared in any country other than Ireland.
Irish, if he was born and reared in Ireland.
- MaxiLv 77 months ago
Irish descent............. unless the 'someone' holds Irish citizenship themselves
- ZirpLv 77 months ago
If he doesn't speak Gaeilge or Hiberno and has never lived in Ireland, he is of Irish descent. "Decent" without the S means something completely different
- CatherineLv 67 months ago
A good idea would be to find out where he was born.
- W.T. DoorLv 77 months ago
He is of Irish ancestry.
- PearlLv 77 months ago
he could be both