How do you pronounce the Gaelic word for puppy?
If you mean in Irish, then it is "coileáinín" (kull-yaw-neen); a "pup" is "coileán"
Scottish Gaelic: ...
In Irish Gaelic, "pup" is "coileán"; "puppy" is "coileáinín". Scottish Gaelic is: ? === === The Gaelic word for puppy is Coilean.
It's not Gaelic so why pronounce it.
Gaelic has no letter 'y'.
The word for perfection in Irish is foirfeacht; in Scottish Gaelic it is spelled foirfeachd.
"Gaelic" can mean "Irish Gaelic' or "Scottish Gaelic". They are classified as two distinct languages.
That is not a Scottish Gaelic word. It may be a word in the English dialect of Scotland ("Scots" or "Lallans"). Gaelic has no 'w' or 'y'.
The Scottish Gaelic for 'puppy' is cuilean.
The question is unclear: the English word "bad" is "dona" in Gaelic; the Gaelic word "bad" means "place/part/area".
The Japanese word for puppy is 'koinu,' and it can roughly be prounounced as "koh-ee-noo."
The Irish word for 'star' is 'réalta' pronounced 'rael-tha' roughly; the Scottish Gaelic is ?
The Scottish Gaelic word for 'love' is gaol; it sounds like 'geul' (with a French eu). The Irish Gaelic word is grá pronounced 'graw'.
láidir (law-jir) tréan (traen) are Irish Gaelic. làidir in Scottish Gaelic.
The word is sneachta, pronounced shnocta.
keewnór or kaevnór
The Gaelic word for victory is "buaidh" which phonetically would be: "boo-ee" (not exactly, but it is in the ball park)
In Irish Gaelic it is álainn (aw-lin); In Scots Gaelic it is àlainn (also aw-lin).
In Irish Gaelic: shak-lawj in Scottish Gaelic: shokh-glij or chokh-glij
In Scottish Gaelic it is MÃ iri /maË�rÊ²Éª/; in Irish (Gaelic) it is MÃ¡ire
In Irish it would be poitín (pot-cheen); In Scottish Gaelic it would be ...
The word is: 'tidsear', and it's pronounced 'teetsher'.
The Scottish Gaelic pronunciation would be roughly drooim; The Irish "Gaelic" pronunciation would be like drim.
For the Irish pronunciation go to abair.ie
In Irish it's boochore (buaiteoir)
kun-a-khró (a kennel).
drɯjəxg in IPA
Irish Gaelic: shee-a-khaw-in
reithe (a ram) is pronounced in Irish as "rehih". It is spelled the same in Scottish Gaelic.
Modern Irish and Scottish Gaelic would not spell a word that way: perhaps you mean "dearcadh"? Or Old Irish?
In the Ulster dialect of Irish (Gaelic) it would roughly sound like 'jer-in-yach'.
In the Irish language, críonna [kreena], agnaí [agnee], gaoiseach [geeshakh]. In Scottish Gaelic: ...
The Scottish Gaelic word seal is pronounced 'shall' and means 'while, space of time'.
Something like 'kin-yoontch'.
marcach (roughly markh-gakh)
Somewhat like re-hi.
It sounds like 'mwin-een'.
shaklawid or shocklaid (Ulster) in Irish.
The word is athair which is pronounced like 'ahir'.
The Irish word "mé" is pronounced in English "May" like the month.
The ao sounds like a French 'u"(between ee and oo) in Scottish Gaelic.
In Irish it is generally domhan [dhown], but [dhóan] in Ulster. In Scottish Gaelic: An Talamh [un thalav]
The word for 'king' in Irish is rí, pronounced 'ree'. Spelled rìgh in Scottish Gaelic and pronounced the same.
In Irish Gaelic: gearrchaile: garakhol-yih girseach: gihr-shakh cailín beag: colleen b'yug In Scottish Gaelic:
spelled liath, it is actually pronounced lee-ah