There are several words for 'love' as a noun, the most common is gaol.
'I love you' is 'Tha gaol agam ort' or 'Tha gràdh agam dhut'.
The Scottish Gaelic word for 'love' is gaol.
The Scottish word for love is love stupid ;-s
I'm sure what is meant is the Scots Gaelic word for love instead of the English word for love, and last I checked the English weren't the Scots.... In fact, in Scotland, Gaelic is by law required to have "equal respect" as English in the country.
some useful phrases:
"Tha gaol agam ort" is I love you
"Tha gaol agam ort-fhèin" is I love you, too.
But the word for 'love' is 'gaol', pronounced "gooul". For the other words, you'll have to look up how to pronounce them.
gaol / gràdh
The Scottish Gaelic word for love is "Gaol" which is pronounced Gooll.
To tell someone you love them, you would say;
"tha gaol agam ort" - which literally means "There is love at-me on-you"
This is pronounced "Ha gooll akam orst".
gaol [Pronounced: "gool"] is love in a more romantic sense
gràdh [graw] love
It is gaol. [geul]
gaol / gràdh
It is gaol in Scottish Gaelicand grÃ¡ in IrishIn Irish ("Gaelic"): grÃ¡, cion, gean, pÃ¡irt.In (Scottish) Gaelic: ?
In Scottish Gaelic the word is romansa.
in Scottish Gaelic: facal.
It's not a word in Scottish Gaelic.
The word is spòrs in Scottish Gaelic (Gàidhlig).
The Scottish Gaelic word for 'March" is "am Màrt".
The Scottish Gaelic for 'brother' is bràthair.
In Irish: leon In Scottish Gaelic: leòmhann
In Scottish Gaelic the word for 'blacksmith' is gobha or gobha dubh.
The word would be mamaidh in Scottish Gaelic.
Teicneolas is 'technology' in Scottish Gaelic.
The Scottish Gaelic word for 'blessing' is beannachd.