What is the Gaelic word for 'green'?
Glas, pronounced like gloss. Also uaine. uaine green glas grey (green in certain uses)
Supposedly from the Gaelic word "glashu" sp meaning green place
Unlike English, the Gaelics have different words for green: In Irish Gaelic: uaine = vivid green, verdant glas = green colour; grey colour In Scottish Gaelic: uaine = green glas = grey-green
In the Irish, spelled 'tulach', it means a low hill, hillock, mound'. In Scottish Gaelic it's also 'tulach' ( a small green hill).
In Irish Gaelic, salann is the word for 'salt'; in Scottish Gaelic the word is also salann.
The Scottish Gaelic word for eight is ochd. The Irish Gaelic word for eight is ocht.
In IRISH Gaelic the word is "vaidhtéaraí"; in SCOTTISH Gaelic: ?
No Gaelic word for Chalmers.
It is not a Gaelic word.
The Irish (Gaelic) word for 'first' is is céad. The Scottish Gaelic word is ciad.
In Irish Gaelic, "pup" is "coileán"; "puppy" is "coileáinín". Scottish Gaelic is: ? === === The Gaelic word for puppy is Coilean.
The word twin in scottish gaelic is> Leth-Aon The word for twins is càraid in Scottish Gaelic.
According to "MacBain's Gaelic Dictionary", the Scottish Gaelic word for stone is "artan". Also the Scottish Gaelic word for pebble is 'airtein'. -InfoMac
word in Irish Gaelic is focal.
The Gaelic word for happiness is "Sonas".
Erse is another word for Gaelic.
the scottish Gaelic word is "ponai"
The Gaelic word for "tranquility" is suaimhneas.
'Treasure' is not a Gaelic word.
The word for 'prince' in Irish Gaelic is prionsa or flaith. The word in Scottish Gaelic is ...
The word 'bassett' is not a Gaelic word, and therefore has no meaning in Gaelic.
The Irish Gaelic word for 'jewelry' is seoda. The Scottish Gaelic word is seudraidh.
'Lily' is not a Gaelic word, but if you meant to ask 'What is the Gaelic word for lily?': Irish Gaelic: lile Scottish Gaelic: lili (female name is Lilidh) Manx Gaelic is 'lilee'.
The Scottish Gaelic word for 'a king' is righ; the Irish Gaelic word is rí. They are both pronounced as ree.
what is the Gaelic word for the English word...rainbow?
It is not a Gaelic word. Gaelic has no K.
If you are trying to say 'What is the Gaelic word for peach?' it's péitseog in Irish Gaelic and peitseag in Scottish Gaelic.
The Irish Gaelic word for 'patriot' is tírghráthóir. The Scottish Gaelic word is tìr-ghràdhaiche.
Werewolves are not part of Gaelic folklore - there is no word for it.
In Irish Gaelic the word for chilli is CILLÍ.
Kendre isn't a Gaelic word.
It is not a Gaelic word.
'Spades' is not a Gaelic word.
I believe the word walk in Gaelic is camiñar.
The Irish Gaelic word for harbor is "cuain."
The Gaelic word for "a smith" is Gobha
In Scottish Gaelic the word is romansa.
The Gaelic (Irish) word for heart is 'croí' pronounced 'cree' !! The Gaelic (Scottish) word for heart is "cridhe" pronounced as above.
It is not Gaelic
Irish "Gaelic" and (Scottish) Gaelic are: samhradh.
Taylor is not a Gaelic word and has no meaning in Gaelic.
The Irish (Gaelic) is caor. The (Scottish) Gaelic is (?).
In Irish (Gaelic) it is 'crann'; in (Scottish) Gaelic it is ..
The Irish Gaelic word for 'forest' is foraois; The Scottish Gaelic word is coille/coillteach or mòr-choille. ........................................................................................................... Previous answer: The Gaelic word for forest is "mÃ·r-choille." The latter half of the word, "choille" can be used to either mean woods or forest.
That is not a Scottish Gaelic word. It may be a word in the English dialect of Scotland ("Scots" or "Lallans"). Gaelic has no 'w' or 'y'.
FYI Gaelic can be Irish or Scottish; two separate languages. The Irish word is uirlisí (tools); the Scottish Gaelic word is innealan.
The Scottish-Gaelic word for lion is "leómhann".
The word for 'lion' in Scots Gaelic is 'leòmhann'.
I have the impression that it is not a Gaelic word based on the spelling.
The Gaelic word for "silver" is "airgid".
Gaelic translation of the word family