It doesn't look like Scottish Gaelic.
The cast of Kankoku no obaachan wa erai - 2002 includes: Hikari Ishida
eki is a station eiga is a movie/film eigo is English (language) eisei is a satellite erai is wonderful engeki is a play enpitsu is a pencil
"Wise one" in Japanese is erai hito.偉い人
Nanako to nanao, One pound gospel, Yukan club, Nin x nin ninja Hattori(the movie), Sensei WA erai, scrap teacher.
"Ii" (いい) and "yoi" (よい) both mean excellent as in good or fine. "Erai" (偉い) has a stronger meaning to it, and "yuuryou" (優良) carries connotations of superiority.
Sukoshi Monsuta ( Little Monster ) Sayomi ( Night-Born ) Tanaka ( Dweller ) Akuhei ( Evil ) Amaya ( Night Rain ) Erai ( Teribble ) Raikou ( Lightning ) Chi ( Blood ) Usagi ( Hare/ Rabbit ) Shizuka ( Silent/ Calm ) Kasumi ( Mist ) Kurai ( Dark ) Shinimi ( Death ) Ameonna ( A female rain spirit ) Chiyoye ( Everlasting Pain)
Hikari Ishida has: Played Harumi in "Hana no Asuka gumi" in 1988. Played Emi Mizutani in "Mama Haha Bugi" in 1989. Performed in "Top stewardess monogatari" in 1990. Played Midori in "1970 bokutachi no seishun" in 1991. Played Mika Kitao in "Futari" in 1991. Played Yuki Ono in "Aitsu" in 1991. Played Akane Kobayashi in "AD Bugi" in 1991. Played Narumi Sonoda in "Asunaro hakusho" in 1993. Played Haruka in "Haruka, nosutarujii" in 1993. Played Kanako Fujisaki in "Kagayaku toki no nakade" in 1995. Played Mika in "Tokugawa Yoshinobu" in 1998. Played Keirei Suzuki in "Beru epokku" in 1998. Played Sandy in "Ai qing meng huan hao" in 1999. Played Shizuko Sato in "Adorenarin doraibu" in 1999. Played Misao Amachi in "Suiyobi no joji" in 2001. Performed in "Kankoku no obaachan wa erai" in 2002. Performed in "Bengoshi no kuzu" in 2006. Played Nozomi Kato in "Haken no hinkaku" in 2007. Performed in "Himitsu" in 2010. Performed in "Kiseki no hosupisu" in 2012. Performed in "Last Hope" in 2013.
In Irish (Gaelic) it is "leathcheann". In (Scottish) Gaelic: ?
Possibly 'mo nighean'? It means 'my daughter' in Scottish Gaelic.
It is beannaichte.
marbhan That is Gaelic for "Corpse" not "Copse"
In Irish: do dheartháir In Scottish Gaelic: do bhràthair
In Irish it's 'rúndaingne'; in Scottish Gaelic:?
Irish is: an áitScottish Gaelic is: an t-àite
Irish Gaelic: saoirse Scottish Gaelic: saorsa or saorsainn
The Scottish name Sheena is spelled Sìne in (Scottish) Gaelic. It is the equivalent of the English 'Jane'.
In Irish Gaelic: fíorghráIn Scottish Gaelic: fìor-ghaol
"Gaelic" can mean "Irish Gaelic' or "Scottish Gaelic". They are classified as two distinct languages.
in aice le/ in aice leis an is the Irish Gaelic.ri taobh is the Scottish Gaelic.
You need to specify Irish Gaelic or Scottish Gaelic: they are two separate languages.
There is no special spelling of the name in Irish or Scottish Gaelic: it would be the same as in English.
The Irish word for 'dragon' is 'dragún'; the Scottish Gaelic is 'dragan'.
In Irish - déan (do), dóchas (hope) In Scottish Gaelic - dèan - dòchas
In Irish it's "abhainn". In Scottish Gaelic it is "abhainn" also.
The Irish word for 'story' is 'scéal' and the Scottish Gaelic is 'sgeulachd'.