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 The Origins of the Gaelic Languauge?

Answer Gaelic refers to the Celtic languages of Ireland and Scotland, usually called Irish and Scots Gaelic respectively. Although the two languages are related, they are not mutually comprehensible. Neve... Read More »
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What is Gaelic?

Though the name Gaelic is often used to describe Scottish Gaelic specifically, Gaelic is also the name for the group of languages found in Ireland, the Isle of Man and Scotland.ClassificationPart o... Read More »
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How to Translate Into Gaelic?

Both Irish and Scottish heritages have their own versions of Gaelic with different pronunciations, and frequently, different vocabulary. You might need to translate English into Irish or Scottish G... Read More »
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Is gaelic a language?

Gaelic is a language spoken in rural Scotland. It is spoken by 66,780 people worldwide, with 58,700 of those in Scotland. Gaelic is a Celtic language closely related to Irish and Welsh. Occasionall... Read More »
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What does Forest mean in Gaelic?

"Forest" is not a Gaelic word. However, the Gaelic word "coille" or "coill" means "forest" or "wood." Coille is pronounced kuh-oh-i-ll, with the "l" sound resembling the "ll" sound of "million."Ref... Read More »
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