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What is the Gaelic for 'Margaret'?

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In Irish, Maighréad (also Mairéad);

in Scottish Gaelic, Mairead.

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It's Scottish, but not Scottish Gaelic. Originally a Scots variant of Margaret.(Margaret is Mairead in Scottish Gaelic.)


In Irish Gaelic: Máiréad (ma-raed) usually in Scottish Gaelic: Mairead (maraet)


Maighréad (pronounced my-raid) is usually understood as the Irish equivalent of Margaret. There are a variety of spellings however, including Máiréad. Also Peig, Peigí, Peigín. The Scottish Gaelic is Mairead. Magaidh (Maggie), and Peigi.


In Irish Gaelic it would be Máiréad Sorcha Írleont. The usual nickname forMargaret was Peig or Peigín in Irish Gaelic.In Scottish Gaelic you find Magaidh (Maggie) however.


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Although widely thought to be an Irish name, it's actually a Welsh form of Margaret. It has no Gaelic spelling but is still a Celtic name.


It's a Welsh name Megan a form of Margaret;Irish would use Peig or Peigín.Scottish Gaelic is Magaidh or Peigi.Although Megan/Meghan may sound Irish, it isn't.


Meghan is a variant of Margaret and Megan - it means pearl. Megan comes from the Celtic/Gaelic name, meaning "Soft/gentle".


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There are three Gaelic languages:Scottish GaelicIrish GaelicManx Gaelic


There are several saints named Margaret. Please be specific. Here is a partial list:Margaret of CastelloMargaret of Citta-di-CastelloMargaret of CortonaMargaret of EnglandMargaret of FaenzaMargaret of FontanaMargaret of HohenfelsMargaret of HovetonMargaret of HulmeMargaret of HungaryMargaret of LorraineMargaret of LouvainMargaret of MetolaMargaret of RavennaMargaret of SavoyMargaret of the Blessed SacramentMargaret of ScotlandMargaret of Vau-le-DucMargaret the BarefootedMargaret the EnglishwomanMargaret the Virgin


When singular 'an' in Irish Gaelic and Scottish Gaelic.


In Irish Gaelic: craiceann;in Scottish Gaelic:the Gaelic for skin is boicnich.


"Gaelic" can mean "Irish Gaelic' or "Scottish Gaelic". They are classified as two distinct languages.


It is not a Gaelic word. Gaelic has no K.


In both Irish Gaelic and Scottish Gaelic it is agus.


In IRISH Gaelic: Lúicifir In SCOTTISH Gaelic: ?


It is Peadar in Irish Gaelic and Scottish Gaelic.


In Irish (Gaelic) d'fhíorghrá in Scottish Gaelic:



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Scottish Gaelic is sia; Irish Gaelic is sé Manx Gaelic is shey.


"Gaelic" can mean "Irish Gaelic' or "Scottish Gaelic". They are classified as two distinct languages.


In Scottish Gaelic: flùraichean In Irish Gaelic: bláthanna In Manx Gaelic: blaaghyn.



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