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In Gaelic, "Alba an Aigh" is "Scotland the Brave". It's also the title of one of several patriotic songs considered an unofficial national anthem of Scotland.

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Q: What is the Scottish Gaelic for 'Scotland the Brave'?
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How do you write Scotland the Brave in Scottish Gaelic?

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How do you pronounce the Scottish Gaelic word endweys?

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