Sinclair is a Scottish version of St. Clair. The following forms are used in Scottish Gaelic:
1. Mac na Ceàrda
2. Mac na Ceàrdaich
The Scottish Gaelic form of Sinclair is Mac na Ceàrda.
Rebekah is not a Gaelic name and therefore doesn't mean anything in Gaelic.
It is not a Gaelic word. Gaelic has no K.
Crazzy doesn't mean anything in Gaelic.
In Scots Gaelic it mean a fishing weir.
There is no Gaelic form of the name, if that's what you mean.
It has no meaning in Gaelic; it's not a Gaelic name.
Taylor is not a Gaelic word and has no meaning in Gaelic.
'You' is not a Gaelic word.
It is not a Gaelic word.
It's not Gaelic.
"Gaelic" can mean "Irish Gaelic' or "Scottish Gaelic". They are classified as two distinct languages.