Irish Gaelic: saoirse Scottish Gaelic: saorsa or saorsainn
what is the Gaelic word for the English word...rainbow?
The Gaelic word for "silver" is "airgid".
Gaelic translation of the word family
It doesn't look like a Gaelic word.
It seems to be a Hebrew word.
The Irish word for 'dragon' is 'dragún'; the Scottish Gaelic is 'dragan'.
The Irish word for 'story' is 'scéal' and the Scottish Gaelic is 'sgeulachd'.
marbhan That is Gaelic for "Corpse" not "Copse"
In Irish it's "neamhspleáchas"
In Irish it's "drabhlás"
In Irish it's "fiosracht"
In Irish it's "Glóir"
In Irish it's "airgead"
In Irish it's "éalaigh"
It doesn't look like Scottish Gaelic.
In Irish it's "abhainn". In Scottish Gaelic it is "abhainn" also.
It's not in Gaelic or any other Celtic language.
There is no direct equivalent in Comanche for the English word freedom.
Shaun and Shawn are the Irish Gaelic name SeÃ¡n in English phonetic spellings and means"John".".
is or tá (tha, Scottish) depending on context.
In Irish it's láidir / tréan
In Irish it's ciste / taisce
In Irish it's: Inis / Oileán
tiomnú, toirbhirt, or coisreacan
In Scots Gaelic: adhar (sky, air) or speur (sky). In Irish Gaelic: spéir In Manx Gaelic: speyr