The Irish language 'equivalent' of the Scottish Ian could be either Seán or Eoin, (forms of John). The original Scottish Gaelic spelling of Ian is Iain, incidentally.
Ian is spelled Iain in Scottish Gaelic. It's equivalent to the English 'John'.
The name Ian is spelled Iain in Scottish Gaelic.
The correct spelling in Scots Gaelic is Iain. Ianis an anglicization.
If by Scottish you mean Scottish Gaelic it is spelled IAIN.
The actual Scottish Gaelic spelling is Iain not Ian.
Iain is the Scottish Gaelic spelling. Usually Anglicized as Ian.
Brian, same as in Irish.
In Scots Gaelic it is spelled IAIN.
Usually spelled "Ian" in English, it is "Iain" in (Scottish) Gaelic. It is the equivalent of English "John".
Irish (Gaelic) is Seán or Eoin; Scottish Gaelic is Iain.
Ian is Iain in Scottish Gaelic and means John; the Irish equivalents are Seán and Eoin.
Proper name aren't actually 'translated' but certain Gaelic names are 'equated' with English names: the Irish Gaelic cognate is Siobhán and the Scottish Gaelic cognate isSeonag.
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.)