What is the Irish Gaelic word for ocean?
IRISH Gaelic: aigéan or bóchna
word in Irish Gaelic is focal.
The Irish word for 'ocean' is pronounced agg-yaen. 'Gaelic' languages include both Scottish Gaelic and Irish, making it impossible to know which one is being asked for. You are encouraged to ask a question that specifies Scottish Gaelic or Irish Gaelic to assure that you receive the translation you are seeking.
IRISH Gaelic: aigéan or bóchna SCOTTISH Gaelic: Cuan
The word 'scold' is not an Irish Gaelic word.
The Irish Gaelic word for man is fear.
Not an Irish Gaelic word.
FYI Gaelic can be Irish or Scottish; two separate languages. The Irish word is uirlisí (tools); the Scottish Gaelic word is innealan.
Your in Irish Gaelic is: bhur the Irish word for your is: bhur
There are 2 languages referred to as 'Gaelic': Irish and Scots Gaelic. The Irish word is 'teach' and the Scottish word is 'taigh'.
The word 'knight' is ridire in Irish Gaelic.
In IRISH Gaelic the word is "vaidhtéaraí"; in SCOTTISH Gaelic: ?
Irish "Gaelic": arrachtach; torathar; ollphéist; ollmhór (Scottish) Gaelic: uilebheist. Irish Gaelic is called simply "Irish" in Ireland; in Scotland "Gaelic" refers to Scottish Gaelic
In Irish Gaelic the word for chilli is CILLÍ.
The Irish Gaelic word for harbor is "cuain."
"Síochána" means "of peace" in the Irish Gaelic.
The Irish Gaelic word for 'ruby' is rúibín. rúibín
Not in Irish Gaelic.
The Irish (Gaelic) word for 'first' is is céad. The Scottish Gaelic word is ciad.
It is gaol in Scottish Gaelic and grá in Irish In Irish ("Gaelic"): grá, cion, gean, páirt. 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.
Irish "Gaelic" and (Scottish) Gaelic are: samhradh.
The Irish (Gaelic) is caor. The (Scottish) Gaelic is (?).
In Irish (Gaelic) it is 'crann'; in (Scottish) Gaelic it is ..
In Irish Gaelic, pocadán.
Irish Gaelic = gluaisteán
The word for little in Irish and Scottish Gaelic is 'beag'. beag in both Irish and Scottish Gaelic.
It's not a word in Irish Gaelic.
The Irish Gaelic word would be giofóga.
The Irish (Gaelic) and Scottish Gaelic word for 'cat' is 'cat'. Note that there are Irish and Scottish varieties of Gaelic; they are considered separate languages. This is one word that is identical in both.
CIARÁN is the Irish Gaelic spelling; it is usually anglicized as Kieran.
The Irish and Scottish Gaelic languages have no word for 'a/an'.
The Irish word is DOCHLOÍTE; The Scottish Gaelic is:
The word for 'prince' in Irish Gaelic is prionsa or flaith. The word in Scottish Gaelic is ...
The Irish Gaelic word for 'jewelry' is seoda. The Scottish Gaelic word is seudraidh.
In Irish it is 'féileacán'.
It is not an Irish (Gaelic) word.
what do you mean ? What does "is" mean ? Correction made by: SL56AJH If you mean what does "is" translate to from Irish-gaelic to English then it is: and. If you want to know how to translate "is" from English to Irish-gaelic then the word is: ea.
Irish Gaelic or Scots Gaelic? They are not the same. Here's the Irish at any rate.
Irish "Gaelic": bláth Scottish Gaelic:
Scottish Gaelic is claidheamh; Irish (Gaelic) is claíomh.
Irish Gaelic: comóradh; ceiliúradh Scots Gaelic: ?
Irish Gaelic: Stiofán Scottish Gaelic: Steaphan
Scottish Gaelic: each Irish Gaelic: capall
Fàs is the (Scottish) Gaelic; and fás is the Irish (Gaelic).
Irish "Gaelic": peata, maicín (Scottish) Gaelic: ?
Irish Gaelic: bó Scottish Gaelic: bò
In IRISH Gaelic: ainsprid or nimheadóir In SCOTTISH Gaelic: ?
It is uimhir in Irish (Gaelic) and àireamh in (Scottish) Gaelic.
tarbh in both Irish Gaelic/Scottish Gaelic