nÃl Ã¡it ar bith (nowhere)
i ngach Ã¡it (everywhere)
In Scottish Gaelic: nowhere: cha d'fhuair a dhubh no a dhath (he was nowhere to be seen)
am meadhan na mòintich air oidhche dhorcha (in the middle of nowhere on a dark night)
ann an cùl nan cnoc (in the middle of nowhere)
everywhere: cha do dh'fhàg e cùil no ciall gun chur thairis
(he searched everywhere, did not leave a stone unturned)
It's air because air is everywhere, but it is nowhere to be seen, hence everywhere but nowhere.
The cast of Nowhere and Everywhere - 2011 includes: Michael Denk
in áit iargúlta
Everywhere & nowhere.
nowhere you have to pay everywhere
The proper term is nowhere to be found. It means that someone will never be able to find something.
he is everywhere but yet nowhere...
love is nowhere ------air fair
No Gaelic word for Chalmers.
It is not a Gaelic word.
The word 'bassett' is not a Gaelic word, and therefore has no meaning in Gaelic.