It is roughly pronounced kin-a-vin.
Something like 'kin-yoontch'.
The word for perfection in Irish is foirfeacht;in Scottish Gaelic it is spelled foirfeachd.
The Irish word "mé" is pronounced in English "May" like the month.
"Gaelic" can mean "Irish Gaelic' or "Scottish Gaelic". They are classified as two distinct languages.
For the Irish pronunciation go to abair.ie
Somewhat like re-hi.
In Irish Gaelic it is álainn (aw-lin);In Scots Gaelic it is àlainn (also aw-lin).
'Kerr' is not a word in the Irish language.
Modern Irish and Scottish Gaelic would not spell a word that way: perhaps you mean "dearcadh"? Or Old Irish?
It sounds like 'mwin-een'.
Irish: cistin (sometimes cistineach) Scottish: cidsin Manx: ?