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Words for 'dream' in the Celtic languages:

In Irish it's: aisling / brionglóid / taibhreamh

In Scots Gaelic it's "bruadar"

In Manx Gaelic: ashlish, dreamal, slamm, brann

In Welsh: breuddwyd

Breton: hunvre

Cornish: hunros

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In the Irish language: mo bhrionglóid or mo thaibhreamh. Aisling usually means 'a vision' but is used in the phrases 'aisling bhréige' (empty dream) and 'aislingí na hóige' (the dreams of youth). That would be 'm'aisling'.

Scottish Gaelic:???

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10y ago

Usually lèirsinn,

léirsinn dhen àm ri teachd (a vision of the future)

duine léirsinneach (person of vision)

'a vision' or dream is aisling or bruadar.

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Irish (Gaeilge): Tá brionglóidí agam fútsa

Gàidhlig: Tha bruadaran agam umad.

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am bruadair, dream

also an aisling, but more like 'a vision'.

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Glacair bruadaraich

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bruadair or aislinn/aisling

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Aislin

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Aislingiche

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