Thank you older brother. 'Ahééhee' shínaí. litteral translation: Thank you my older brother. Thank you younger brother. 'Ahééhee' shitsiilí. litteral translation: Thank you my younger brother.
Irish Gaelic: deartháir ionúin Scottish Gaelic: bràthair ionmhain.
deartháir = brothermo dheartháir = my brotherA dheartháir = if you were calling out to him.
You need to specify Irish Gaelic or Scottish Gaelic: they are two separate languages.
deartháir in Irish Gaelic.
In Scottish Gaelic: piuthar (agus) bràthair. Sister (and) brother.In Irish: deirfiúr (agus) deartháir.
In Irish you might say 'Táim buíoch díot faoin leabhar'. (I am grateful to you for the book). In Scottish Gaelic: ?
In Scottish Gaelic thank you is tapadh leibh Pronounced "tahpæ leyv"
The translation of "Thank you brother" into Afrikaans is "Dankie my broer"
Scottish Gaelic: taing dhan t-sealbh! taing a Dhia! Irish Gaelic: Buíochas le Dia
Irish: Deartháir beag
The Scottish Gaelic for 'brother' is bràthair.
In Irish, Go raibh céad míle maith agat!In Scottish Gaelic ...
Irish Gaelic is: deartháir
Aloha: Say Mahalo, hoaloha
Go raibh maith agat, a ghrá.
You say it like this: شكرا لك اخي
Go raibh maith agat (to one person only).
There's no such thing as a Gaelic symbol for brother. The Manx for "brother" is "braar" In Scots Gaelic it's "bràthair" In Irish it's "deartháir"
Tha gu math, tapadh leibh.
Go raibh maith agat, a chara.
Go raibh maith agat as cur meangadh uirthi
תודה אחי toda achi
In Irish, "Go raibh maith agat, a chara". In Scots Gaelic, "Tapadh leat, a charaid".
For the record, "Gaelic" is used for the Scottish variety, and the Irish is called "Irish" at least in Ireland.That having been said:Mo dheartháir is the Irish andmo bhràthair is the Gaelic (Scotland).