What is a Scottish Gaelic font?

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Scots Gaelic can be printed in a variety of fonts. It is a modern language in that it is constantly evolving and being updated, so there is no need for it to be printed in a fancy "uncial" type font, which can be quite difficult to read.
For printing Gaelic for a formal occasion, for example, a Burns Supper, I would suggest the beautiful font P22 Hoy Regular, which strikes a nice balance between an old-fashioned "Celtic" type font and modern legibility. Its name comes from the Orkney Islands, and it has some half-uncial features.
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