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What is the Gaelic for 27daughter27?


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Answered 2012-03-03 00:36:35

FYI 'Gaelic' refers to two separate languages: a Scottish variety and an Irish

variety.

Irish for 'daughter is 'inion' (in-yeen).

The Scottish is 'nighean' (nee-un).

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