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A type of allegorical poem in the Irish language, often serving as a vehicle for political or social comment, which depicts the poet's conversation with a spirit woman who is usually a personification of Ireland.
Early 20th century; earliest use found in Gaelic Journal. From Irish aisling dream, vision (Early Irish aisling, aislinge), of unknown origin.
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