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Categories: Scottish Gaelic language, Languages of the United Kingdom, Verb–subject–object languages, Fusional languages, Articles with short description
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Scottish Gaelic  Scots Gaelic  Scots Gaelic language  Scottish Gaelic language  Gaelic Revival
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The Gaelic of Scotland WordNet 3.0
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Scottish Gaelic is a Goidelic language native to the Gaels of Scotland. Wikipedia
Is also a personal name (from the same word root) in Scottish Gaelic, and the name of a song by the Scottish folk-band Runrig, appearing on their album The Stamping Ground Wikipedia Disambiguation
Celtic language native to Scotland Wikidata
A language in the Goidelic branch of Celtic languages spoken in Scotland. OmegaWiki
The Gaelic language spoken in Scotland. Wiktionary
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Ancient Scots, Argyll Gaelic, Canadian Gaelic language, Canadian gaeltacht, Canadian gaeltact, Conradh na gaeilge, Earse, Gaelic (Scotland), Gaelic alphabet, Gaelic in Scotland, Gaelic language, Gaelic language in Scotland, Gaelic language of Scotland, Gaelic language preservation, Gaelic languages status, Gaelic of Scotland, Gaelic Revival, Gaelic revival (Irish), Gaelic study, Gaelicized, Gaels of Scotland, Gaeltacht Bhaile na hEireann, Gaeltacht Bhaile na hÉireann, Gaeltacht Bhuan Mheiricea Thuaidh, Gaeltacht Bhuan Mheiriceá Thuaidh, Gaidhlig, Gealic, Gàidhlig, Gáidhlig, Hebridean Gaelic, Hibernicisation, Hibernicization, In Scotice, Irish Gaelic revival, Irish language in Canada, Irish language revivalism, ISO 639:gd, ISO 639:gla, Native Scottish language, Newfoundland Irish, Preservation of Scottish Gaelic, Preservation of the Scottish Gaelic language, Revitalisation of Scottish Gaelic, Revitalization of Scottish Gaelic, Revitalization of the Scottish Gaelic language, Revival of Gaelic, Revival of Scottish Gaelic, Revival of the Gaelic language, Revival of the Scottish Gaelic language, Scotch Gaelic, Scotch Goidelic, Scotice, Scoticization, Scotish Gaelic, Scots-Gaels, Scots Gael, Scots gaelic, Scots Gaelic, Scots Gaelic Language, Scots Gaelic language, Scots Gaels, Scots gaielic, Scots Goidelic, Scottic Gaelic, Scottice, Scottish Gael, Scottish gaelic, Scottish gaelic alphabet, Scottish Gaelic alphabet, Scottish Gaelic Language, Scottish gaelic language, Scottish Gaelic language, Scottish gaelic language and literature, Scottish Gaelic language and literature, Scottish Gaelic language revitalisation, Scottish Gaelic language revitalization, Scottish Gaelic language revival, Scottish Gaelic language status, Scottish Gaelic preservation, Scottish Gaelic renaissance, Scottish gaelic renaissance, Scottish Gaelic revitalisation, Scottish Gaelic revitalization, Scottish Gaelic revival, Scottish Gaelic status, Scottish Goidelic, Scottish Highland Gaelic language, Scottish pure Gaelic, Scotts Gaelic, Scotts Gaelic language, Status of Scottish Gaelic, Status of the Scottish Gaelic language, Timothy Corcoran (cultural historian)
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