The Irish Gaelic for 'daughter' is iníon [in'yeen].Iníon"Iníon" is the word for "daughter" in the Irish language.
iníon in Irish;nighean in Scottish Gaelic.
nighean [neeun] in Scottish Gaelic.
In IRISH Gaelic it means daughter (iníon).
You need to specify Irish Gaelic or Scottish Gaelic: they are two separate languages.
The Irish (Gaelic) would be Iníon dhílis.The (Scottish) Gaelic would be Nigheandhìleas.
Irish Gaelic = Athair agus iníon. Scottish Gaelic = Athair agus nighean.
It is nighean which sounds like 'nee-un'.
It means 'daughter' in Scottish Gaelic.
In Irish it's "iníon"
Possibly 'mo nighean'? It means 'my daughter' in Scottish Gaelic.
In Scottish Gaelic 'grand-daughter' is ban-ogha and 'grandson' is mic-mac.
Iníon pronounced in-yeen.
Mother is mÃ¡thair (maw-hir);daughter is inÃ­on (in-yeen).
In Irish:neachtiníon deirféar (sisters daughter) / iníon dearthár (brothers daughter)
mo nighean (muh neeun)
In Scottish Gaelic: bana-phrionnsa In Irish: banphrionsa or banfhlaith(princess); iníon rí (king's daughter).
In Irish it's "iníon na gealaí" in Scottish Gaelic it's "nighean na gealaich"
Since there is no one "druid" language, your question cannot be answered.Look up the Gaulish, Irish, Gaelic, Welsh, Cornish or Breton word for daughter. Inion, I think, is Gaelic.
"Da (?) and my daughter" in Scottish Gaelic.
In Scottish Gaelic it means 'my daughter'.
'Iníon na hÉireann' in Irish;
Daughter of O'Brien would be Iníon Uí Bhriain. The genitive Uí Bhriain istranslated as 'of O'Brien'.
In Irish we have no specific nicknames for first born daughters.
FYI 'Gaelic' refers to two separate languages: a Scottish variety and an Irishvariety.Irish for 'daughter is 'inion' (in-yeen).The Scottish is 'nighean' (nee-un).