What is the Scottish Gaelic translation of father?

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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
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