Th Scottish Gaelic translation of Father is "Athair".
My father = M'athair,
Your father = D'athair,
Her father = a h-athair,
His father = a athair,
Our father = ar n-athair
Your father (plural) = ur n-athair
Their father = a n-athair
I believe it's "athair".
'Daddy' is dadaidh in Scottish Gaelic;
'Papa' is boban.
Mother is màthair; father is athair.
athair agus mac
In Irish it's "Daideo"In Irish you would say 'daideo' [pronounced 'dad-joe'] or 'deaid críonna' [pronounced 'dad kreena'].In (Scottish) Gaelic: ?
Seanair (pronounced 'Shen-ar')
It is mac in Scottish Gaelic.
The Scottish Gaelic for 'brother' is bràthair.
It is òran in Scottish Gaelic.
in Scottish Gaelic: facal.
The Scottish Gaelic is do charaid.
In Irish d'fhíorghrá;in Scottish Gaelic: ?
It's Scottish, but not Scottish Gaelic. Originally a Scots variant of Margaret.(Margaret is Mairead in Scottish Gaelic.)
ùr is the Scottish Gaelic for 'new'.
"Acceptance in Scottish Gaelic."
The Scottish Gaelic for 'puppy' is cuilean.