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How do you pronounce Katherine in Gaelic?

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2011-04-28 14:03:24
2011-04-28 14:03:24

There are actually three languages called "Gaelic": Irish, Scottish and Manx.

Irish: Caitríona (kotch-reena) also Catraoine (kotreena)

Scottish: Catrìona (kotreena)

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