CAITLÍN in Irish;
in Scottish Gaelic, CAITLIN
The Irish spelling of 'Kathleen' is CAITLÍN [pron. 'catch-leen], the Scots Gaelic equivalent is CAITLIN.
Yes, Kathleen is the usual spelling, but always capitalized.
Joanna Kathleen is the correct spelling.
The correct spelling in Scots Gaelic is Iain. Ianis an anglicization.
Uilleam is the Gaelic spelling for William.
No Gaelic equivalent.
It is an English spelling of the Irish Gaelic Caitlín[kotchleen] which is a version of Catherine (pure).
If that is the correct spelling, it is not Gaelic.
In Scottish Gaelic it is spelled Mòrag.
Irish (Gaelic) is Seán or Eoin; Scottish Gaelic is Iain.
Easáias (from the Irish Bible); Isaiah in Scottish Gaelic.