What does 'mi' mean in Scottish Gaelic?

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mi is "I" however it takes a different place in the sentence. Tha mi a Glaschu = "Am I (from) Glasgow" meaning "I am from Glasgow"
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How close is Irish Gaelic to Scottish Gaelic?

Both Scottish Gaelic and Manx Gaelic had their origins in Irish Gaelic. Irish Gaelic speakers settled in what is now Argyll at some point in the period 300-600 AD. As a Scottish Gaelic learner, I can read Irish quite easily but I believe the pronunciation is further removed from the Irish. I ( Full Answer )

What is the Scottish Gaelic for how are you?

As in French, there is an informal and formal manner of asking that question: Ciamar a tha thu? (kemmer a ha oo) familiar Ciamar a tha sibh? (kemmer a ha shiv) plural/polite

What is a Dagger is called in Scottish Gaelic?

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How do you say darling in Scottish Gaelic?

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)

What is the Scottish Gaelic for 'to'?

Depending of the context it can be variously gu/do/chun. You need to see it in a complete sentence to determine the appropriate word.

Scottish Gaelic word for beloved?

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What is the Scottish Gaelic translation of father?

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What does the Scottish Gaelic word air mean?

It can mean 'on' and in some cases 'on-him/on-it'. ' air chuairt' on a trip 'Dè'n t-ainm a tha air ?' What the name that is on-him? (What is his name?)

What is life's a gamble in Scottish Gaelic?

As far as I know it would be: The beatha cluich. Phrases don't always translate so easily and I'm not a native speaker so I couldn't tell you if this would be recognised as "Life is a Gamble" or not.

What is the Scottish Gaelic word for cousin?

The words for cousin are complicated in Scottish Gaelic, even differentiating between paternal cousins and maternal cousins. See Am Faclair Beag for more detail.

What is the Scottish Gaelic for 'bluebell'?

currac-cuthaige: Scottish bluebell, harebell (campanula rotundifolia) fuath-mhuc: common bluebell (hyacinthoides non-scripta) bròg na cuthaige: English bluebell (hyacinthoides non-scripta)

What is the scottish Gaelic for Good Luck?

buaidh gun robh leat! good luck to you! guma math a théid leat! good luck! gun déid leat! good luck! gun soirbhich leat! good luck, I hope you succeed! beir buaidh! best of luck, I hope you succeed! guma math a dh'éireas dhut . may you prosper well, good luck

How do you write honor in Scottish Gaelic?

From the Geddes & Grosset Eng-Gael, Gael-Eng dictionary. Honour n onair f ; urram m . - v onaraich I hope that helps. It appears to be a gendered word, so I don't know which you'd need.

What does Taisce mean in Scottish Gaelic?

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Is Maisey a Scottish Gaelic name?

It's Scottish, but not Scottish Gaelic. Originally a Scots variant of Margaret. (Margaret is Mairead in Scottish Gaelic.)

What does 'mo duinne' mean 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'.

What is the Scottish Gaelic for the name daisy?

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What is the Scottish Gaelic word for forest?

The word for 'forest' is mòr-choille ; coille mean forest/wood. C ha léir a' choille leis na craobhan . You can't see the forest for the trees.

What is prince in Scottish Gaelic?

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What is the Scottish Gaelic word for shadow?

Scottish Gaelic for 'shadow' is: = Faileas, sgàil, sgàth Phonetic spelling/sounding Fal-lesh You can hear an audio pronunciation at the related link below.

What does the Scottish Gaelic An Lùnasdal mean?

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What is the Scottish Gaelic for 'everlasting'?

The English phrase ("ever-lasting", which is really shorthand for "which lasts forever", meaning "which endures eternally") won't translate with the same meaning. You would be better to use a single word with the same meaning, such as "eternal". That can translate as "sìorraidh", although there ( Full Answer )

How do you spell Shannon in Scottish Gaelic?

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What is Scottish Gaelic?

Scottish Gaelic (Gàidhlig) is a Celtic language native to Scotland.It is a member of the Goidelic branch of the Celtic languages. Itis ultimately descended from Old Irish.