In Ireland, Gaelic type is widely used for writing Irish (although mainly for decorative purposes these days, if I’m not mistaken). On the other hand, it’s hardly ever used in […]
I’ve been wondering for a wee while how to express the official referendum question, “Should Scotland be an independent country?”, in Scottish Gaelic. A few enquiries on Twitter didn’t get […]
Blackhouse Originally uploaded by IrenicRhonda Scottish Gaelic has a lot in common with Russian on a phonological level: Most consonants have two variants: a plain (or perhaps somewhat velarised) one […]
Islay-Sunset1 Originally uploaded by flickrbug De norske vikinger har haft en meget stor indflydelse i det vestlige Skotland. Det kan bl.a. ses på, at mange stednavne går tilbage til oldnordisk. […]
The house we’re buying Originally uploaded by viralbus I was trying to figure out what our address is in Gaelic. “Glasgow” is of course Glaschu, and according to Wikipedia, “Newton […]
Tha mi a’ reic an t-seann camara agam agus an dà camaran aig Phyllis ann an eBay. Tha iad glé aosda, ach tha iad glé mhath cuideachd.