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What does 'mo nighean' mean?


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Answered 2012-09-04 17:29:51

In Scottish Gaelic it means 'my daughter'.

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'Mo duinne' is not correct; it should be 'mo nighean donn,' which means 'my brown-haired one.' This is in Scottish Gaelic.


In Scottish Gaelic it means "my brown-haired daughter" or "my brown-haired girl". In this case it most probably means "my brown-haired girl", since this is the title of a Gaelic love song. By the way in modern Gaelic grammar it should be "mo nighean dhonn", because nighean (girl) is feminine.



Possibly 'mo nighean'? It means 'my daughter' in Scottish Gaelic.


It means 'daughter' in Scottish Gaelic.


It's not really Gaelic.mo duinne is not correct; it should be mo nighean donn, and was later corrected by Diana Gabaldon, who meant to say 'my brown-haired one'.


'mo duinne' is not correct; it should be 'mo nighean donn', and was later corrected by Diana Gabaldon, who meant to say 'my brown-haired one'.


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