Is Gaelic football Irish or Scottish?
Gaelic football is Irish.
Scottish Gaelic, Irish Gaelic, and Manx all derive from Old Irish.
In the Irish language: Gréasaí. In Scottish Gaelic: ? In Irish: GRÉASAÍ is 'shoemaker'; In Scottish Gaelic:
Irish Gaelic is: deirfiúr chéile Scottish Gaelic:? Irish Gaelic is: deirfiúr chéile Scottish Gaelic:?
In Irish: grá In Scottish Gaelic: gaol Irish is grá; Scottish is gaol
In Irish and Scottish Gaelic: agus leat-sa
Irish Gaelic and Scottish Gaelic are two separate languages. Scottish is Mìcheal; Irish is Mícheál.
The word for little in Irish and Scottish Gaelic is 'beag'. beag in both Irish and Scottish Gaelic.
It is 'Melanie' in Irish and Scottish Gaelic. It is Melanie in Irish and Scottish Gaelic. Melanie?
It is gaol in Scottish Gaelic and grá in Irish In Irish ("Gaelic"): grá, cion, gean, páirt. In (Scottish) Gaelic: ?
Irish "Gaelic": arrachtach; torathar; ollphéist; ollmhór (Scottish) Gaelic: uilebheist. Irish Gaelic is called simply "Irish" in Ireland; in Scotland "Gaelic" refers to Scottish Gaelic
Gaelic languages include Irish (Gaelic) and Scottish Gaelic, making it impossible to know which one is being asked for. You are encouraged to ask a question that specifies "Irish" or "Scottish Gaelic" to assure that you receive the translation you are seeking. Irish: It is Pádraig in the Irish language. Scottish Gaelic: Padraic
In Scottish Gaelic: Albannach In Irish Gaelic: Albanach
When singular 'an' in Irish Gaelic and Scottish Gaelic.
There are 3 Gaelic languages: Irish, Scottish and Manx. In Irish it is cainéil. In Scottish Gaelic it is caineal. In Manx ?
Both Irish and Scottish Gaelic are derived from Old Irish but are considered separate languages today. Some refer to Irish as 'Gaelic' especially overseas. For clarity they can be called 'Irish Gaelic' and 'Scottish Gaelic'.
The English language? Béarla (Irish) Beurla (Scottish Gaelic). As an adjective? Sasanach (Irish), Sasannach (Scottish). "The English (people)" na Sasanaigh in Irish; Sasannaich (?) in Scottish Gaelic.
Gaelic football is an Irish football. Gaelic means Irish. Obviously then the Gaelic our Irish people
In the two types of Gaelic Irish: ascaill Scottish Gaelic: ? Oxter
In Scottish Gaelic: blasda In Irish (Gaelic): blasta Both are pronounced as 'bloss-ta'. 'Gaelic' is not a single language but two: Irish and Scottish Gaelic.
In Scottish Gaelic it is bòidheach; the Irish Gaelic would be dóighiúil, dathúil, breá. In Scottish Gaelic it is bòidheach ; the Irish Gaelic would be dóighiúil, dathúil, breá.
Caitlin in Scottish Gaelic; Caitlín in Irish.
In both Irish Gaelic and Scottish Gaelic it is agus.
In IRISH Gaelic: Lúicifir In SCOTTISH Gaelic: ?
It is Peadar in Irish Gaelic and Scottish Gaelic.
In Irish (Gaelic) d'fhíorghrá in Scottish Gaelic:
Irish Gaelic Scottish Gaelic
There are three Gaelic languages and cultures: Irish Scottish Manx Many Americans (and others) are unaware that the Irish refer to their type of Gaelic as "Irish" and refer to the Scottish type as "Gaelic". On this site I have tried to differentiate the two languages as "Irish Gaelic' and "Scottish Gaelic" for the benefit of overseas questioners who make think "Gaelic" means Irish only. There also seems to be confusion about Scots (lowland dialect… Read More
The Irish Gaelic for 'turbine' is TUIRBÍN; the Scottish Gaelic is TUIRBIN.
Scottish Gaelic: Eireannach (adj.) Irish Gaelic: Éireannach (adj.)
(If you mean the mother of Jesus, it's Muire in Irish and Moire in Scottish.)) Otherwise in Irish it's Máire. In Scottish Gaelic it is Màiri
One Answer: In Scottish Gaelic the word for 'love' can be gaol or gràdh. One of the Irish Gaelic words for 'love' is grá. In Irish gaol means relative.
Irish: piorra; a pear-tree is piorróg. (Scottish) Gaelic: ?? Irish: piorra; a pear-tree is piorróg. (Scottish) Gaelic: ??
Seal (animal) is rón (Irish) ròn (Scottish Gaelic). A seal as on a document is séala (Irish) seula (Scottish Gaelic).
Just for the record, there are two Gaelics: Irish and Scottish and they are separate languages. Irish Gaelic: ollmhór or ábhalmhór Scottish Gaelic: uibeach
In Irish, mustang. In Scottish Gaelic:?
In Irish, leathdhia; In Scottish Gaelic:
In Irish it is 'Féach ar an difriocht'; In Scottish Gaelic ... 'Gaelic' is actually two separate languages: Scottish Gaelic and Irish.
'Heart' is CROÍ in Irish and CRIDHE in Scottish Gaelic. 'Gaelic' languages include both Scottish Gaelic and Irish, making it impossible to know which one is being asked for. You are encouraged to ask a question that specifies Scottish Gaelic or Irish to assure that you receive the translation you are seeking.
In Irish Gaelic: cailíní also girseacha. In Scots Gaelic: caileagan
FYI Gaelic can be Irish or Scottish; two separate languages. The Irish word is uirlisí (tools); the Scottish Gaelic word is innealan.
Scottish Gaelic: agus Irish Gaelic: agus
Irish Gaelic: cairdeas Scottish Gaelic: càirdeas
dubh in both Irish Gaelic and Scottish Gaelic.
Irish Gaelic: sábháilteacht; neamhbhaol Scottish Gaelic: ?
Irish Gaelic: éin Scottish Gaelic: ?
Irish Gaelic is: ídileach Scottish Gaelic is: ?
The Irish (Gaelic) is caor. The (Scottish) Gaelic is (?).
The IRISH Gaelic is péarla. The SCOTTISH Gaelic is .......
Irish 'Gaelic' is trodaí or comhraiceoir (Scottish) Gaelic is: ?
Irish "Gaelic" and (Scottish) Gaelic are: samhradh.