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  1. Irish Name Translator | Ireland

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    Irish Name Translator Utility. MyTribe101 Ltd., Officepods, 15A Main St, Blackrock, Co. Dublin, A94 T8P8, Ireland.

  2. List of Scottish Gaelic given names - Wikipedia

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    This list of Scottish Gaelic given names shows Scottish Gaelic given names beside their English language equivalent. In some cases, the equivalent can be a cognate, in other cases it may be an Anglicised spelling derived from the Gaelic name, or in other cases it can be an etymologically unrelated name.

    Scottish Gaelic
    English
    Note
    Adaidh
    Adie, Addie
    SG form of En Adie, which is a pet form of En Adam.
    Adhamh, Àdhamh
    Adam
    SG equivalent of En Adam.
    Ailbeart
    Albert
    SG equivalent of En Albert.
    Alan, Allan
    SG equivalent of En Alan.
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  4. Irish Translations of English Names - Name Nerds

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    What is your name in Irish? For example, if your name is John, the Irish translation is Seán or Eoin. Here are the Irish equivalents of some common English names.

    ENGLISH NAME
    ORIGIN
    MEANING
    IRISH NAME*
    Aaron
    Hebrew, possibly Egyptian origin
    meaning uncertain, often associated with Hebrew, "high mountain"
    Árón
    Abigail
    Hebrew
    father's joy
    Abigeál
    Adam
    Hebrew
    red earth
    Ádhamh, Ádam
    Adrian
    Latin
    From Hadria
    Aidrean
  5. Scottish Gaelic Warrior & Princess Name Translator | Scotland101

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    Irish Name Translator Utility. MyTribe101 Ltd., Officepods, 15A Main St, Blackrock, Co. Dublin, A94 T8P8, Ireland.

  6. Translate Scottish Gaelic to English - RunTranslate.Com

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    Latest Translation. you are my life, my heart, my beauty and my treasure. I will love you to my last breath. Qui Germanum immutasti, Immutatum gubernasti, Gubernatum coronasti, His nos trahe gradibus. Qui Germanum immutasti, Immutatum gubernasti, Gubernatum coronasti, His nos trahe gradibus.

  7. Gaelic names - GaelicMatters.com

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    Explanation/ Meaning of Gaelic name. 1. Aodh. Ay (as in day) This ancient gaelic name was really common once and is still more common in Northern Irish families. The English version of the name is Hugh, and Red Hugh O Donnell (Aodh O Donnell) was one of the great Donegal chieftains. 2.

  8. English to Scots gaelic translation - ImTranslator.net

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    English to Scots gaelic translation service by ImTranslator will assist you in getting an instant translation of words, phrases and texts from English to Scots gaelic and other languages. English to Scots gaelic Translation provides the most convenient access to online translation service powered by various machine translation engines.

  9. Scots Gaelic to English translator

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    Scots Gaelic to English translation service by ImTranslator will assist you in getting an instant translation of words, phrases and texts from Scots Gaelic to English and other languages. Scots Gaelic to English Translation provides the most convenient access to online translation service powered by various machine translation engines.

  10. Scottish Gaelic-Dictionary Online Translation LEXILOGOS

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    • Popular tales of the West Highlands in Gaelic & translation in English, collected by John Francis Campbell (1860) : I & II - III - IV • The songs and hymns of the Scottish Highlands with translations and music, and an introduction, by Lachlan Macbean (1888) • The sacred songs of the Gael, a collection of Gaelic hymns & translation in ...

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