In Scottish Gaelic, 'feasgar math'.
ith = eat ithe = eating
goodbye and good luck
In Irish, 'the common good' would be 'leas an phobail'.In Scottish Gaelic: ?
Leas an phobail
There is no tradition of eating fish on Good Friday. There is a tradition of not eating meat on Good Friday.
Gaelic refers to a language that is spoken by small amounts of people in Ireland in Scotland.
It's not Gaelic, it's Galician, and it means "Good beautiful day"
In Irish GaelicBÃ­ an saol agat (singular); BÃ­ an saol agaibh(plural) Have a good time.In Scottish Gaelic: ?
Dia dhuit ar maidin, a mháthair (Irish Gaelic) Madainn mhath, a mhàthair. (Scottish Gaelic)
Brian is spelled the same in Irish and Scottish Gaelic; Brian (pronounced breeun). Unless 'Good' is a native Irish name that has been anglicized, it would be spelled 'Good'.
Caileag mhath -- (A) good girl
In Irish Gaelic: slán leat (slán libh. plural)
Irish: Oíche mhaith
i mbarr na maitheasa
For a good translation, use it in a sentence.
The Gaelic for "Goodnight" is Oidche (night) mhath (good) and is pronounced eye-ha - vah