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What are some Celtic words for wolf?
Since there are six distinct Celtic languages there would be six different words.
Irish: abhainn Scottish: abhainn Welsh: afon Breton:
Irish Gaelic: damhÃ¡n alla Scots Gaelic: damhan allaidh Manx: Welsh: cor/corryn/pryf copyb Cornish: kenesen/kevnisen Breton:
In Irish it's crÃ³ga / misniÃºil / calma In Welsh it's "dewr"
In Irish it's: sruth / sruthÃ¡n In Scots Gaelic: In Manx: In Welsh it's "nant" In Breton: In Cornish:
In Irish it's "cÃ¡is" In Scots Gaelic it's "cÃ ise" In Welsh it's "caws" In Breton:
Irish: draÃocht Scots Gaelic: draoidheachd Welsh: hud; dewiniaeth; swyngyfaredd
Irish Gaelic: cairdeas Scots Gaelic: cÃ irdeas Welsh: cyfeillgarwch
In Irish it's "mÃ³r" In Welsh it's "mawr" In Scots Gaelic it's "mÃ²r"
Irish: dubh Scottish Gaelic: dubh Welsh: du Breton: The Irish word used for black is "Dubh" pronounced "dove", like the bird.
In the Irish language, beannaithe .. In Scottish Gaelic, ?. In Manx Gaelic, ?. In Welsh, gwyn . In Breton, ?. In Cornish, ?
There is no single language called "Celtic'. Irish: mactÃre bÃ¡n / faolchÃº bÃ¡n Scots Gaelic: madadh allaidh bÃ n/mac-tÃ¬re bÃ n Manx Gaelic: moddee-oaldey …bane Welsh: blaidd gwyn Breton: bleiz gwenn Cornish: bleydh gwynn (gwydn)
Irish Gaelic: gasÃºir; pÃ¡istÃ; leanaÃ; clann Scots Gaelic: clann Welsh: plant
Irish Gaelic: tarbh Scots Gaelic: tarbh Welsh: tarw
Scottish Gaelic: taigh-fuine or taigh-fuinn Irish Gaelic: bÃ¡cÃºs Welsh: popty
Spirit can be used in different ways and it is difficult to translate out of context.