I have never heard of an Irish or Scottish Gaelic form of the
màthair - that is how you say mother in Scottish Gaelic. máthair - that is how you say mother in Irish Gaelic. màthair
Irish Gaelic Scottish Gaelic
it is keltoi in Gaelic
The German equivalents of Carolyn are Carolina, Caroline, Karolina, and Karoline
w do you say two in scots gaelic
Makayla is not a word or name in Gaelic, there is no Gaelic pronounciation.
Irish Gaelic: boirleach; damba Scottish Gaelic: ?
In IRISH Gaelic: Nioclás In SCOTTISH Gaelic: Neacal
Scottish Gaelic is tì. Irish Gaelic is tae.
Scottish Gaelic: neoini Irish Gaelic: nialas
Irish Gaelic: salachar Scots Gaelic: salachar
Irish Gaelic: áiméan Scots Gaelic: amen
In Scottish Gaelic it is falt; in Irish Gaelic it is gruaig.
In Scottish Gaelic it is iuchair; in Irish Gaelic it is eochair.
In Irish (Gaelic) it is póirín. In (Scottish) Gaelic it is .....
In Scottish Gaelic: Canada In Irish Gaelic: Ceanada
In Irish Gaelic: Bí i do shláinte. In Scots Gaelic: ?
Scottish Gaelic: làir; Irish Gaelic: láir.
Scottish Gaelic is foileag; Irish Gaelic is bocaire.
In Scottish Gaelic and in Irish Gaelic, saor iarainn.
Scottish Gaelic is sia; Irish Gaelic is sé Manx Gaelic is shey.
Irish Gaelic: sacsafón
In Scottish Gaelic it is Blàrach.
In Scottish Gaelic it is Ailean.
Scottish Gaelic: Seonaidh
"Gaelic" can mean "Irish Gaelic' or "Scottish Gaelic". They are classified as two distinct languages.
Scottish Gaelic: piàno Irish Gaelic: pianó Manx Gaelic: pianney
Irish Gaelic: éisteacht Scottinsh Gaelic: èisdeachd Manx Gaelic: eaishtaght
Irish (Gaelic) is scoil [skell]; (Scottish) Gaelic is sgoil.
It is spelled zombaí in Irish Gaelic and zombaidh in Scottish Gaelic.
Irish Gaelic is LÃ¡mha; Scottish Gaelic is Làmhan
In Scottish Gaelic it is Peigi In Irish Gaelic it is Peigín or Peig.
In Irish (Gaelic) it is Dul siar; in (Scottish) Gaelic it is .....
In Irish Gaelic: Siobhán/Siún; in Scottish Gaelic: Seonag.
In Irish Gaelic do chara (your friend); in Scottish Gaelic do charaid.
In Scottish Gaelic: ... In Irish Gaelic: siopa bréagán.
In Irish Gaelic: Madragal; loinneog (familiar) In Scottish Gaelic: ...
In Scottish Gaelic, làr or ùrlar; in Irish Gaelic, urlár.
In Irish Gaelic: criosalaid In Scottish Gaelic: cochall
Scottish Gaelic: Artair Irish Gaelic: Art or Artúr
In Scottish Gaelic it is casan; in Irish (Gaelic) it is cosa.
In Scottish Gaelic it is fionnairidh. In Irish Gaelic it is faireoir.