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Maighréad (pronounced my-raid) is usually understood as the Irish equivalent of Margaret. There are a variety of spellings however, including Máiréad. Also Peig, Peigí, Peigín. The Scottish Gaelic is Mairead. Magaidh (Maggie), and Peigi.

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Q: How do you say 'Margaret' in Gaelic?
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