What is the Gaelic for 'Thank you'?
"Tapadh leibh" pronounced "tappa lave" - if you are speaking to more than 1 person or want to be polite
"Go raibh maith agat" (gurra mah aggut) - singular
"Go raibh maith agaibh" (gurra mah oggiv) - plural
Irish Gaelic: Go raibh míle maith agat. (A thousand thanks) in Irish. I've seen all of these used for Scottish Gaelic Scottish Gaelic (Scotland) Tapadh leat Scottish Gaelic (Scotland) [formal] Tapadh leibh Scottish Gaelic (Scotland) [many thanks] Moran taing Scottish Gaelic (Southern Scotland) [for.] Gu'n robh math agaibh Scottish Gaelic (Southern Scotland) [inf.] Gu'n robh math agad Though the last two are a bit antiquated I have yet to see literally "Thank you, very much"…
i. [Scottish Gaelic]singular ['tapadh leat'] - 'thank you' Phonetic spelling/sounding: - [Taap-u - let-th] ii. ['tapadh leibh'] - plural, formal and out of respect when saying... 'thank you' to an older person. Phonetic spelling/sounding: - [taap-u - leave]. Tapadh leat (singular, familiar); Tapadh leibh (plural, formal) Mòran taing.