In Irish it's:
cainíneach (of dogs)
géarán (canine tooth)
No Gaelic word for Chalmers.
It is not a Gaelic word.
K-9 came from the word canine, and canine is the scientific name for a dog.Canine was shortened to K-9
The word 'bassett' is not a Gaelic word, and therefore has no meaning in Gaelic.
In IRISH Gaelic the word is "vaidhtéaraí";in SCOTTISH Gaelic: ?
Canine means of dogs. A canine tooth, for example, is the kind of pointy tooth that dogs have.
The Irish Gaelic word for 'jewelry' is seoda.The Scottish Gaelic word is seudraidh.
The Irish (Gaelic) word for 'first' is is céad.The Scottish Gaelic word is ciad.
The word for 'prince' in Irish Gaelic is prionsa or flaith. The word in Scottish Gaelic is ...
the scottish Gaelic word is "ponai"
The Gaelic word for "tranquility" is suaimhneas.
In Irish Gaelic, salann is the word for 'salt'; in Scottish Gaelic the word is also salann.