Friday, 11 November 2011

Scottish Gaeillic

The Scottish language (Gàidhlig) Pronounced "Gah-lick", often commonly called just Gaelic in English is a sister language of Irish and Manx; all three are Goidelic languages and part of the Celtic language family. It is also related to the Welsh language, Cornish language and the Breton language, these three are Brittonic or Brythonic languages.

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