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 G

Word(s) Part(s) of Speech English Gabh Verb Take, to Gabh goal air Verb Fall in love, to Gabh mo leisgeul Verb Excuse me Gabh an deoch Verb Have a drink, to Gaillean (f) Noun Storm Gealach (f) Noun Moon An Geamhradh (m) Noun Winter Geansaidh (m) Noun Jumper/Sweater Gèar Verb Cut, to Glè Adverb Very

Scots Gaelic E

Word(s) Part(s) of Speech English An Earrach (m) Noun Spring Eather (f) Noun Boat Èigh Verb Shout, to Eiginn (m) Noun Distress An t-Eilean Sgitheanach (m) Proper Noun The Isle of Skye Eireanach Adjective Handsome Eirinn Proper Noun Ireland Èirich Verb Get up, to Èisel Verb Listen, to Èolach air Verb Be familiar with, to

Scottish Gaelic/Gàidhlig: A New Beginning

Tea: Passion Fruit/black tea. It is nice, but over-steeps quite rapidly.   My relationship with Scottish Gaelic (Gàidhlig) has been off-and-on. I went to Scotland a few years back, and fell in love with everything Scottish. Having had a falling out with A Scottish friend, I found it to be too raw to connect with … Continue reading Scottish Gaelic/Gàidhlig: A New Beginning