Scottish Gaelic

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Scottish Gael·ic

 (găl′ĭk, gā′lĭk)
The Goidelic language of Scotland. Also called Scots Gaelic.
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Scottish Gaelic

(Languages) the Goidelic language of the Celts of Scotland, spoken in the Highlands and Western Isles
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Scot′tish Gael′ic

or Scots Gaelic

a Celtic language, closely related to Irish, spoken in the Hebrides and the Highlands of Scotland.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Scottish Gaelic - the Gaelic of Scotland
Erse, Gaelic, Goidelic - any of several related languages of the Celts in Ireland and Scotland
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skotská gaelština
gaélique écossais
gaélico escocês
skotsk gäliska
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Scottish Gaelic, Irish, Jamaican Patois, Limonese Creole, Romani, Vlax, Danubian, Sureth, Suryaya Swadaya A type of Romani Cornish, Bororo Spoken in lowland Scotland and parts of Ulster Other types of Greek language A Norman language EXTINCT Alderney French, Manx, Norn, Old Kentish sign language, Polari Scottish Gaelic Scots Scots Irish Manx Manx It was spoken the Isle of Man but is today extinct Welsh Cornish Guernsey French Jersey French Calabrian Greek, Ellinika , Graecae, Romaic, Neo-Hellenic, Guernsey French, Jersey French, Jerriais, Sark French
Bord na Gaidhlig chief executive Shona MacLennan said: "We were delighted with the variety, number and quality of the nominations, which show the Scottish Gaelic awards continue to grow each year.
He also edited Scottish Gaelic Studies, the scholarly journal published by Aberdeen University, from 1961 to 1976, and contributed articles and reviews to it.
(2) See the five-part article by Kerry Cardell and Cliff Cummin, 'Gaelic Voices from Australia', Scottish Gaelic Studies, 19 (1999) through to Scottish Gaelic Studies, 30 (2016); Ruth Lee Martin, 'Paradise Imagined: Songs of Scots Gaelic migrants in Australia, 1850-1940', Humanities Research 19:3 (2013), pp.
The Lay Association of the Free Church of Scotland founded Dunedin at the head of Otago Harbour in 1848 as the principal town of its church settlement, with the name coming from Dun Eideann, the Scottish Gaelic name for Scotland's capital city.
Newton attempts a macro-scale analysis of Scottish Gaelic literary output in the Americas, but the widely dispersed and heterogeneous nature of the Gaels undermines a holistic narrative.
Uneasy subjects; postcolonialism and Scottish Gaelic poetry.
58 people speak Scottish Gaelic, 33 speak Manx Gaelic and 629 speak Romany.
The new languages announced are English UK, Punjabi (Pakistan), Sindhi (Pakistan), Central Kurdish (Iraq), Uyghur (People's Republic of China), Belarusian (Belarus), Kinyarwanda (Rwanda), Tigrinya (Ethiopia), Tajik (Tajikistan), Wolof (Senegal), K'iche' (Guatemala), Scottish Gaelic (United Kingdom), Cherokee (United States) and Valencian (Spain).
( According to German newscaster Deutsche Welle , polls have long showed only 30 to 40 percent of Scots agree with the idea of creating a separate Scottish Gaelic state.
* Scotland has three officially recognized languages: English, Scots, and Scottish Gaelic.
The Scottish Education Minister is rolling out a policy of making Scottish Gaelic education available to children and other learners throughout the country.

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