In the Irish language, 'shoemaker' is gréasaí. In Scottish Gaelic: greusaiche.
In the Irish language 'shoemaker' is gréasaí,in the Scottish Gaelic it is greusaiche.
In Irish: GRÉASAÍ is 'shoemaker'; In Scottish Gaelic:
In the Irish language: Gréasaí.In Scottish Gaelic: ?In Irish: GRÉASAÍ is 'shoemaker';In Scottish Gaelic:
gréasaí (Irish Gaelic)
In Irish it's "greasaí"
They collect gold coins and make shoes. The word Leprechaun is actually Gaelic for shoemaker, which makes sense as the occupation of a Leprechaun is a shoemaker to the fairies.
Irish: gréasaí Scottish:
Leprechaun is Gaelic for Shoemaker
yes shoemaker is a compound word. the word are shoe and maker
Shoemaker is a noun.
The common cobbler is a shoe maker . In Gaelic Leprechaun means 'one shoe maker'
No Gaelic word for Chalmers.
It is not a Gaelic word.
In IRISH Gaelic the word is "vaidhtéaraí";in SCOTTISH Gaelic: ?
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.
Another word for a cobbler is a "shoemaker."
The Irish (Gaelic) word for 'first' is is céad.The Scottish Gaelic word is ciad.
The Gaelic word for happiness is "Sonas".
word in Irish Gaelic is focal.
the scottish Gaelic word is "ponai"
Erse is another word for Gaelic.
'Treasure' is not a Gaelic word.