It doesn't mean anything in Scots Gaelic; it's an English word.
If you mean Irish, it is liopard;Scots Gaelic: ?
It doesn't appear to be word in Scots Gaelic.
It must be a misspelling. There is no word like that in Scottish Gaelic.
The word for 'lion' in Scots Gaelic is 'leòmhann'.
Laird is not Gaelic. It comes from Scots English word for 'lord'. The Gaelic would be 'tighearna'.
In Scots Gaelic as well as in Irish the word is 'agus'.
cóisir is Irish Scots Gaelic ?
Irish Gaelic: comóradh; ceiliúradh Scots Gaelic: ?
In Irish Gaelic: seaman In Scots Gaelic: seuman
In Irish Gaelic: Briotanach In Scots Gaelic: Breatannach
Irish Gaelic: marfóir Scots Gaelic: marbhaiche
Irish (Gaelic) is duilleog;Scots Gaelic is duilleag.
Irish Gaelic: liath Scots Gaelic: liath, glas
"And" is written "agus". The word is the same in ScotsGaelic and Irish Gaelic.
In Scots Gaelic, beannachdan. In Irish, beannachtaí
what is the scots gaelic for sun rise
It's the word 'so' in the Scottish version of English called 'Scots' not Gaelic, which is a completely different language.
Irish Gaelic is arís ("a-reesh")Scots Gaelic is a-rithist.Manx Gaelic = ?
The Scots Gaelic word for 'follow' is 'lean' 'leantainn'.
(Irish Gaelic) críonnacht, eagnaíoct, gaois (Scots Gaelic) gliocas
The Irish Gaelic form of Kenneth is Cionaodh;the Scots Gaelic is Coinneach.
Neamheaglach is the word for fearless
The word for 'bad' is dona.
The Scottish Gaelic word for 'grandchild' is ogha.