How do you say darling in Scottish Gaelic?

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As a noun:
annsachd (love, affection or beloved)
eudail (dear, darling, treasure)
luaidh (beloved person)

As an adjective:
gaolach (loving, dear)
gràdhach (loving, dear, beloved)
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