What does Gaelic mean
Part of speech: noun, (neuter)Hyphenation:
- Ga | lisch, Singular 2nd variant the horse no plural
- IPA: [ˈꞬɛːlɪʃ]
- 1) Linguistics, kPl .: the family of Gaelic languages Irish, Manx and Scottish Gaelic
- 2) the Irish language
- 3) language spoken in Scotland
- 1) Goidelic
- 2) Irish, Irish Gaelic
- 3) Ersisch, Scottish Gaelic
- 1) Island Celtic, Q-Celtic, Celtic
- celtic language
- 1) Irish, Irish Gaelic; Manx, Manx Gaelic; Erse, Scottish Gaelic
- Gaelic not many speakers can speak anymore.
- [*] “A cacophony of voices and calls fills the square, and Breton and Gaelic of the peasants, both languages that have their origins in the British Isles and are used in the Vannes countryside, often drowns out the French of the townspeople. "
- 1) “From around the 10th century, the difference between Irish and Scottish is Gaelic (often called Erse until recently), and no doubt that began too Gaelic the Isle of Man (Manx) linguistically differ at that time. "
- 3) “In 1513, James IV., The last Scottish king, died Gaelic dominated. "
- [*] "In the island Celtic languages, on the other hand, a distinction is made between the Goidelic language group and the languages Irish, Gaelic and Manx and the British language group with the languages Cymrian, Cumbrian, Cornish and Breton. "
- Irish Gaelic, Manx Gaelic, Scottish Gaelic
- English: 1) Erse, Gaelic
- Irish: 1) Gaelach
- Catalan: 1) gaèlic
- Manx: 1) Goidelagh
- Occitan: 1) gaelic
- Scottish Gaelic: 1) Goideleach
- Swedish: gaeliska, gäliska
- Hungarian: 1) gael
Practical example sentences
Automatically selected examples in German:
„He toasted the hosts Gaelic 'Slainte!' to.“
Brigitte.de, March 4th, 2020
„Finally you have time to whip up your thinking apparatus and learn to play the piano. Or Gaelic. Or just nothing.“
Saarbrücker Zeitung, April 30, 2020
„The term Scottish or "Scots" summarizes all regional dialects used in Scotland - besides English and Gaelic - are common.“
netzpolitik.org, August 27, 2020
„You finally have time to whip up your thinking apparatus and learn to play the piano. Or Gaelic. Or just nothing.“
Saarbrücker Zeitung, April 30, 2020
The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.
Entries from our dictionary containing "Gaelic":
December:… 1) Desember Interlingua: 1) decembre Irish: 1) Nollaig Scottish Gaelic: 1) Nollaig Icelandic: 1) desember Italian: 1) dicembre…
January:… (Male) Sardinian: 1) jannarzu (male), ghennàrgiu (male) Scottish Gaelic: 1) Faoilleach Swedish: 1) januari, torsmånad…
February:… (Fewral) (male) Sardinian: 1) frearzu, freàrgiu Scottish Gaelic: 1) Gearran (male) Swedish: 1) februari, göjemånad…
March:… Friulian: 1) marč (male) Frisian (Western): 1) maart Scottish Gaelic: 1) Màrt Manx: 1) Mayrnt Galician: 1) marzo Georgian:…
April:… चतुर्थमासः (āṅglavarṣasya caturthamāsaḥ) Scottish Gaelic: 1) Giblean Manx: 1) Averil Swedish: 1) April Serbian: ...
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The following terms
Gaelic (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: Gä | li | sche Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈɡɛːlɪʃə]…
Gaelic (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Gä | li | schen Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈɡɛːlɪʃn̩]…
Gaelic (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Secondary Forms: Gaelic Hyphenation: Gaelic Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
chamois (German) Part of speech: noun, (feminine) Cases: nominative: singular die Gämse; Plural the chamois genitive: singular ...
Chamois (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Gäm | sen Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈɡɛmzn̩]…
Chamois horn (German) Part of speech: noun, (neuter) cases: nominative: singular das Gämshorn; Plural the chamois horns genitive: ...
Chamois horns (German) Part of speech: Declined form Secondary forms: Gämshorn Hyphenation: Gäms | hor | ne Pronunciation / stress:…
Chamois horns (German) Part of speech: Declined form Secondary forms: Gämshorns Hyphenation: Gäms | hor | nes Pronunciation / stress:…
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