In Scots Gaelic piorraid, pearraid and pioraid (the last can also mean pirate); in Irish it is pearóid. In Manx: eean y chiaulteyr/parrad
foghlaí mara píoráid
In Irish: pioráid bán or pioráid geal.
Irish (Gaelic)? píoráid foghlaí mara (sea-marauder)
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
There are two words in French that can mean pirate, they are pirate and corsaire
w do you say two in scots gaelic
No Gaelic version.
it is keltoi in Gaelic
Scottish Gaelic is sia; Irish Gaelic is sé Manx Gaelic is shey.
Irish Gaelic: boirleach; damba Scottish Gaelic: ?
In Scottish Gaelic it is falt; in Irish Gaelic it is gruaig.
In Irish Gaelic: Bí i do shláinte. In Scots Gaelic: ?
Scottish Gaelic: làir; Irish Gaelic: láir.
In Scottish Gaelic: Canada In Irish Gaelic: Ceanada
Scottish Gaelic is foileag; Irish Gaelic is bocaire.
In Scottish Gaelic and in Irish Gaelic, saor iarainn.
Irish Gaelic: salachar Scots Gaelic: salachar
Irish Gaelic: áiméan Scots Gaelic: amen
In Scottish Gaelic it is iuchair; in Irish Gaelic it is eochair.
Makayla is not a word or name in Gaelic, there is no Gaelic pronounciation.
Scottish Gaelic is tì. Irish Gaelic is tae.
In Irish (Gaelic) it is póirín. In (Scottish) Gaelic it is .....
Scottish Gaelic: neoini Irish Gaelic: nialas
In IRISH Gaelic: Nioclás In SCOTTISH Gaelic: Neacal
"Gaelic" can mean "Irish Gaelic' or "Scottish Gaelic". They are classified as two distinct languages.
Irish Gaelic: éisteacht Scottinsh Gaelic: èisdeachd Manx Gaelic: eaishtaght
Scottish Gaelic: piàno Irish Gaelic: pianó Manx Gaelic: pianney
No Gaelic equivalent.
Irish Gaelic: sacsafón
Scottish Gaelic: Seonaidh
In Scottish Gaelic it is Blàrach.
In Scottish Gaelic it is Ailean.
In Irish Gaelic: Siobhán/Siún; in Scottish Gaelic: Seonag.
In Scottish Gaelic, làr or ùrlar; in Irish Gaelic, urlár.
In Scottish Gaelic: ... In Irish Gaelic: siopa bréagán.
In Irish Gaelic: Madragal; loinneog (familiar) In Scottish Gaelic: ...
In Scottish Gaelic it is casan; in Irish (Gaelic) it is cosa.
In Scottish Gaelic it is fionnairidh. In Irish Gaelic it is faireoir.
In Irish Gaelic do chara (your friend); in Scottish Gaelic do charaid.