Irish Gaelic is: deirfiúr chéileScottish Gaelic:?Irish Gaelic is: deirfiúr chéileScottish Gaelic:?
=Scottish Gaelic: piuthar==Irish Gaelic: deirfiÃºr=
It is piuthar.
In Irish: leasdeirfiúr. In Scottish Gaelic: leas-phiuthar
In Irish:Mórchroí;mórchroíoch (big-hearted)In Scottish Gaelic: ?
In Scottish Gaelic: piuthar (agus) bràthair. Sister (and) brother.In Irish: deirfiúr (agus) deartháir.
In Scottish Gaelic: leth-phiuthar [ Lʲeh fju.ər] In Irish (Gaelic): Leasdeirfiúr [Lʲasdrifu:r]
Mór. (Pronounced as the English word more) == == Scottish Gaelic: mòr, tomadach Irish (Gaelic): mór
Madra mór in Irish Gaelic; cù mòr in Scottish Gaelic.
Please specify Irish Gaelic or Scottish Gaelic: they are two separate languages.
In Irish "deirfiúr óg" (young sister); "deirfiúr bheag" (little/small sister). In Scottish Gaelic "piuthar bheag" or 'piuthar òg".
In Scottish Gaelic: BeathagIn Scottish Gaelic: Beathag
In Irish: Deirfiúr dhil.In Scottish Gaelic: piuthar ghaolach or piuthar ionmhainn
big, large, great
piuthar-seanmhar (sister of grandmother) piuthar-seanar (sister of grandfather)
in Scottish Gaelic: facal.
It is mac in Scottish Gaelic.
It is òran in Scottish Gaelic.
The Scottish Gaelic is do charaid.
Irish: deirfiúr Scottish Gaelic: piuthar Welsh: chwaer
It's Scottish, but not Scottish Gaelic. Originally a Scots variant of Margaret.(Margaret is Mairead in Scottish Gaelic.)