What is family means nobody gets left behind or forgotten in the Gaelic languages?
Galician is the language spoken in the Galicia region of Spain. It's closely related to Portuguese. Gaelic is no longer spoken in Galicia, but Galicians have a Celtic heritage and Galician has some Gaelic root words. Gaelic is an English word for any of three languages which form one half of the Celtic language family group. These three Gaelic languages are Irish Gaelic GaeilgeManx Gaelic GailckScottish Gaelic Gàidhlig These three languages are spoken in Ireland…
Celtic is not a single language: it is a language family like 'Slavic', 'Germanic' or 'Romance'. Within this family are Irish Gaelic, Scottish Gaelic, and Manx Gaelic, all separate languages. Another branch includes Welsh, Breton, and the revived Cornish, likewise all separate languages. To say first cousin would be: col ceathrar (Irish) co-ogha (Scottish Gaelic) In Welsh, gender is indicated: cefnder (male cousin) cyfnither (female cousin)
Gaelic is the common name for the Gaelic language family. Within the languages themselves there is no common name, since they're separate languages. Manx is: Gaelg (in Manx) / Gàidhlig Mhanainn (in Scots) / Gaeilge Mhanann (in Irish) Scottish is: Gaelg Albinagh (in Manx) / Gàidhlig (in Scots) / Gaeilge na hAlban (in Irish) Irish is: Yernish (in Manx) / Gàidhlig na h-Èireann (in Scots) / Gaeilge (in Irish)