Was the glencoe massacre Scots fighting the Scots or the English fighting the Scots?
Scots fighting Scots. It's still much the same in Glasgow on a Saturday night.
They were fighting King Edward I of England.
He and many other Scots wanted to keep their freedom and not become part of the English monarchy. The Scots were (and still are) a very proud independent people.
Nobody. The English are a totally different outfit from the Scots, and are not involved in any battles in the play Macbeth until the last act. At the beginning of the play, the Scots are fighting Norwegians, Irishmen, and rebel Scots. If you value your life, please do not admit in the hearing of a Scotsman that you thought the English and Scots were the same thing.
Approx 21 000 English, 7000 Scots.
Answer Scottish (in english), Scots (in Scots), or Albannaich (in Scots-Gaelic).
Practically all Scots speak English as their first language. Only a handful of Scots grow up speaking Scots Gaelic and of course they also speak English.
At the beginning of the play, the Scots are fighting the Norwegians.
Same as in English.
It doesn't mean anything in Scots Gaelic; it's an English word.
by using the word Scots i assume you mean the Scottish, what era are you wanting to know about Viking invasion 180AD-995AD Norman invasion 100AD-160AD Roman invasion 50BC-100AD Irish invasion 1200-1300AD English invasion 1300AD-1400AD Which one
Although Scots is recognized as a language, it's really more of a dialect based on Old English.
The Scots language has its basis in Old English (or "Inglis", as the Scottish people called it at the time). A number of pidgins and creoles also have their basis in English, but Scots is recognised as a separate language.
The Scots defeated the English.
James I (VI of Scots)
auld in Scots dialect of English
Same as in English.
English. However, Aberdeen has its own dialect called Doric which is quite hard for non Aberdonians to understand. Other languages are spoken by immigrants. Scottish Gaelic is rarely used in Aberdeen
Shetlandic, a dialect of Scots, which is a language very similar to but distinct from modern English. Scots should bot be confused with Scottish English (basically, English with a Scottish accent) or Scottish Gaelic (which is not closely related to English at all). English (Scottish English) is also spoken there.
The Scotch-Irish (or Scots-Irish) were forbidden to ship their dairy products, linens, and woolens to English markets, and they were faced with economic ruin.
His possession of it was supposed to emphasize and signal that the Scots were to be subservient to the English.
He is of Scots-Irish (Scots that live in Ireland) and English descent. The surname "McCain" comes from his Scottish side.
It can refer to dialects of Scottish Gaelic spoken in parts of Ulster in Ireland. or English that is spoken with an Ulster Scots accent.
Some of them are and they formed there, but they have Scots and English.
English, Scots, Irish and African-American.
the town, the village in Scots Gaelic.
it ended with the Scots beating the english
scots and the english
In Scotland there is a minority of Gaelic speakers. Scots or "Lallans" is also spoken, this has the same roots as English. The variation of Scots spoken in the North East of Scotland is "Doric".
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Those in the Ulster-Scots communities hold that Ulster Scots is a language, not a dialect of English. The poet Robert Burns wrote in Scots. Ulster Scots is spoken in Northern Ireland, the Ulster Scots Agency promotes the US language and culture, the BBC hosts a radio programme each week in U.Scots.
The name of the sports teams at The College of Wooster is the Fighting Scots.
The English started it, the Scots finished it.
Scottish-standard English Scots Gaelic
English, Gaelic, Scots.
The answer is English, Scots and Gaelic!
Scots dialect of English or Scottish Gaelic?
The English outnumbered the Scots by 4-5 to 1.
We hate them because of wars and stuff in the past. The English think we should forget the past but we will not.
Cu in Modern Standard English is "cow." In Scots, however, and other English dialects, it is coo.
Mary Queen of Scots grandmother was the sister of Queen Elizabeth I's father Henry VIII.
Northumbrian English (later known as Scots)
No (as of 12/07/07). but there should be one!
English with Scots have a major influence.
Priscilla Presley is Scots-Irish and English descent.
You do realize that the Scots speak English, right?
Irish and Scots Gaelic is d'fhear
It means 'must not' in the dialect of English called 'Scots'.
Scots and Irish came to America after parliament forbade them to ship their dairy products, linens, and woollens to english markets. Faced with economic ruin, they decided to emigrate to the new world.
"Scots" are originally from Ireland, but many came from Angalo Saxons or Roman or English or French families moving over. And before the "Scots" came over into Scotland it was inhabited by the "picts" Which was replaced , as I said, by the Scots.