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Uisge (pronounced oosh-ka) is Gaelic for water.

More interestingly, the English word "whiskey" comes from the Gaelic phrase for whiskey:

uisge-beatha (pron oosh-ka beh-ha) -- literally, "water of life".

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Douglas is the Scottish surname that comes from the Scottish Gaelic for 'dark water

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The Scottish Gaelic word for 'water' is uisge.
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In Irish: uisce dubh; in Scottish Gaelic uisge dubh.

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