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This article is about the modern Goidelic language. For the form of English as it is Gaeltachtaí, but also spoken throughout Ireland. Total speakers. 391,470 fluent or native. — “Irish language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Today, Gaelicisation is more often a pro active or deliberate process, particularly present in Ireland, whereby placenames, surnames and given names are Gaelicised, or more often, re-Gaelicised, in order to prevent the further decline of the modern language.  External links. — “Gaelicization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
It seems to be currently thought to be a Gaelic name, rather than a Gaelicised-Norse name: see the Broderick article. Gaelicised as Bruadar and Bruadair, which became the patronym Ó Bruadair meaning "descendant of Bruadar". The Broderick article needs fixing not this one. — “Talk:List of Irish clans in Ulster - Wikipedia, the free”, en.wikipedia.org