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The Scottish Gaelic equivalent is Teàrlach.

The Irish Gaelic equivalents can be: Calbhach, Cathaoir, Cathal, Cearbhall, Cormac, Somhairle, or Toiríolach.

Séarlas is a gaelicized version of Charles in Irish.

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The Scots Gaelic name Teàrlach is treated as an equivalent to Charles.

It is pronounced as 'tchar-lokh'.

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Not really a 'translation' but Teàrlach is Anglicized as Charles.

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Tσάρλς [tsarls]

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