Nynorsk Finale

Kjærlig hilsen Nynorsk,   Eg naut tida vår i lag. Eg vil behald deg. Eg vil lær vel. Eg vil skriv deg, og eg vil tal målet ditt. Ikkje gløym meg. Ver trygg. Ver elska. -J.A. Victor Wilson

Scottish Gaelic Story Time Finale

As Teague got home, he felt slightly better that he had helped a kid stay warm; however, why were the bells important? Pulling up his computer, he sat in bed cross-legged, and researched bells. 'Oh! They were used to scare off the fey.' He continued to look into the matter. 'The fey were originally Celtic … Continue reading Scottish Gaelic Story Time Finale

Scottish Gaelic Short Story

Teague awoke (dhùisg) curled on a sunlit knoll (tom, OR cnoc). He felt the grass stroking his face (aodann). As he opened his eyes (a sùil), he heard the chiming of bells in the far distance. The sound pumped Teague’s blood ( fuil Taidhg) to his forehead. Teague (Tadhg) felt the capillaries expand, and then constrict tighter than he had … Continue reading Scottish Gaelic Short Story

Scots Gaelic U

Word(s) Part(s) of Speech English Uasal Adjective Noble/Aristocrat Uirsgeul (m) Noun Fable/Myth Uirsgeulach Adjective Legendary Uiseag (f) Noun Lark Ulaidh (f) Noun Treasure* Ùraich Verb Become new Urra (f) Noun One/Person** Urrain (f) Noun Power/Ability Urrasach Adjective Trustworthy Ùth (m) Noun Udder *M' ulaidh as an endearment means closely, 'my darling', or 'my precious' without the … Continue reading Scots Gaelic U

Scots Gaelic R

Word(s) Part(s) of Speech English Rabhadh (m) Noun Warning Rach Verb Go, to Rag Adjective Rigid Ràn (m) Noun Roar Rannsachadh (m) Noun Searching/researching Rè* Preposition (genitive) During/In the course of Reoth Verb Freeze, to Riabhach Adjective Brindled Rianail Adjective Methodical Ro-aithris (f) Noun Forecast (as in weather) *Remember back in 'M', I mentioned that … Continue reading Scots Gaelic R