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English to Scottish gaelic translation
Gard
Posts: 72
Posted: 16-Jun-2005 14:35
Hi!
What is 'Secret' in Scottish Gaealic?

Gard

JAJ
Posts: 14811
Posted: 16-Jun-2005 14:35
Not telling, it's a secret. :-)
Jack75
Posts: 2
Posted: 26-Jul-2005 16:17
Hi, I was wondering if anyone could translate "Mackenzie - son of the wise leader" for me to scottish gaelic writing. Thank you.
kettles
Posts: 20
Posted: 26-Jul-2005 22:12
Could anyone please tell me what "good luck" is in Scottish Gaelic?
Deirdre
Posts: 2894
Posted: 26-Jul-2005 22:36
Kettles, see thread:

www.footstompin.com/forum?threadid=35082

where your query was answered.

unionjack
Posts: 400
Posted: 26-Jul-2005 22:52
http://www.footstompin.com/forum?threadid=35082
kettles
Posts: 20
Posted: 27-Jul-2005 15:01
Thanks for directing me to the right place Deirdre!!
Gretchen
Posts: 1
Posted: 27-Jul-2005 22:41
Hello!
I suspect I'll be at learning Scots Gaelic a fairly long time (I'm a late learner!), so I hope no one minds me asking for a translation of "serve the music", "serve the song", and "saved by music".

Thank you!

catalonia
Posts: 1
Posted: 02-Aug-2005 15:58
I need to know how to say
"Love, Honor and Death from a chair" in Scottish Gaelic. "Death from a chair" would be fine also. Anyone?
JAJ
Posts: 14811
Posted: 03-Aug-2005 00:59
Try visiting Texas. George Bush had it very well organised over there!
Calum
Posts: 2
Posted: 15-Sep-2005 21:36
cam some1 tell me what "rest in peace" is in scottish gaelic
Calum
Posts: 2
Posted: 15-Sep-2005 21:37
cam some1 tell me what "rest in peace" is in scottish gaelic
corrine
Posts: 1
Posted: 23-Oct-2005 13:10
Hiya,
could someone please translate 'friend' into scottish galic please.
Thanks, Corrine
Oilrig
Posts: 2098
Posted: 23-Oct-2005 15:07
nice easy one for a change!

Caraid

Pict
Posts: 2138
Posted: 23-Oct-2005 15:07
I really don't think you'd have had trouble finding that one without posting here; but anyway, it's
caraid (pron. approx. carriage)
(if you really need to stress that it's a female, it's bancharaid or banacharaid).

And once again , I recommend this online dictionary to all enquiring minds:
http://www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/gaidhlig/faclair/sbg/lorg.php

ladyagent99
Posts: 9
Posted: 29-Oct-2005 16:54
Hello!
I need a scottish gaelic translation for "best friends" for engraving my fiance's ring. I found a direct translation, but I want it to be a conversational translation. Hope you can help :)

This just in! : My rings are ready now and everyone I know that is scottish doesn't know gaelic! So I was hoping that someone here could come through for me as I am picking them up today :) I'm very excited!

chris3801
Posts: 1
Posted: 14-Nov-2005 05:31
Hey! Just wondering if anyone can help. I'm looking for the word "Faith" in gaelic. Anyone?
nigelgatherer
Posts: 646
Posted: 14-Nov-2005 09:52
Faith = creideamh (crejiv)
alexg326
Posts: 6
Posted: 19-Nov-2005 15:40
Hi,

Can anyone help me and tell me what " Welcome to Edinburgh " is in Scottish Gaealic please?

Alex

alexg326
Posts: 6
Posted: 19-Nov-2005 15:53
Hi,

Can anyone help me and tell me what " Welcome to Edinburgh " is in Scottish Gaealic please?

Alex

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