Literally a "Super Irish-Speaker"
Note that we have used the old Gaelic G in the emblem.
To most Irish people a "Gaeilgeoir" is somebody who speaks Irish. The term is sometimes used derogitively, as if there is something fanatical about actually being able to speak another language.
To the people of the Conamara Gaeltacht, a "Gaeilgeoir" is usually a young Irish-learning student in a Gaeltacht summer college. You can take your own meaning from it.