Definition of Young Ireland in English:

Young Ireland

noun

historical
  • An Irish political, cultural, and social movement of the mid 19th cent., espousing nationalist principles and eventually playing a leading role in a failed rebellion in July 1848.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Bradford Observer. From young + the name of Ireland, perhaps after the names of nationalist reform organizations in other countries, discussed at young [noun¹].

Pronunciation

Young Ireland

/jʌŋ ˈʌɪələnd/